From the moment you set foot in a New York office, you’ll have a glimpse of the current economic crisis.
This week’s Economist Magazine looks at how things are looking.
It’s a stark contrast to the upbeat outlook for the UK economy, which is predicted to grow by 2.7% this year and 2.9% next year.
So why are we having such a hard time getting our heads around what’s happening in the rest of the world?
The Economist is in the middle of its annual global economic outlook, which includes the US economy, and it published a report on Wednesday titled “The Crisis of Global Capitalism” that warns the world is in uncharted territory and is heading for a global recession.
It is the first such report to have been published by the magazine.
There’s a sense that this crisis has been brewing for a while, and the economic data just hasn’t been there yet.
The first thing to do is to look at the world economy.
The Economist is currently running a survey of the top 50 economies in the world.
It looks at the overall growth rate of the economies, the unemployment rate and the inflation rate.
This is the most important statistic because it tells you how much the economy is growing.
But it doesn’t tell us how much of it is growing because the rate of inflation is also an important statistic, and if you look at all the different parts of the economy, it’s hard to get a good idea of how much is growing or what’s going on.
The report says there are three parts to the economy: The financial sector: This includes the banks, financial institutions, and insurance companies, which are also the biggest employers of workers in the UK.
The manufacturing sector: These include the textile industry, the plastics industry and the steel and metal industries.
The service sector:This includes all the other sectors, including restaurants, hotels and other small businesses.
What’s happening now: There is an economic slowdown in many parts of Asia.
But the Economist says that’s not the main reason why.
The Bank of Japan’s decision to raise interest rates in late 2013 and early 2014 has slowed the growth of the Japanese economy, but it has also been a boon to the UK and other European economies.
In contrast, the UK has been in recession for many years, but that has not been the case this time around.
Why it matters: The Bank has said that the world has been hit by a crisis of “structural adjustment”, a term used to describe the way the world’s economic and monetary systems have been adjusted over the past few decades.
This has been exacerbated by the global financial crisis.
For the past 20 years, the Bank has been cutting interest rates to try and stimulate the economy.
That has helped stimulate growth, but has caused the Bank to overshoot its targets for the rate it should be paying to banks.
This could now cause a recession.
If you are in the United States, it may be easier to understand why.
If you’re a consumer or small business, you have a lot of money, and you’re looking for savings.
If the economy starts to slow down, you’re going to have to start spending more.
But if you are a consumer, you don’t have that money to spend and you don’ t have that savings account.
So, you’ve got a big amount of debt to service.
And when that debt starts to grow, you can’t make any payments on that debt.
The problem is that when you’re in a recession, that debt can become a drag on the economy because people tend to spend less, and that can put pressure on your overall economic growth.
This is the reason why we’ve seen a lot more negative data from the US.
The Consumer Price Index fell by 0.7%.
The unemployment rate jumped by 0,6%.
And the US Consumer Sentiment Index fell, by 1.7%, according to the data company BLS.
These figures are not the worst, but they are worse than the 0.4% drop the US experienced in May.
As things stand, the US is still in recession, but its economic outlook is more optimistic than in many other countries.
It sees a strong rebound in the economy in the next couple of years, as people spend more and businesses start to get back on their feet.
Where things stand right now: It’s difficult to say what the world will look like in the coming months, but for now the outlook looks positive.
But if the US recession continues, and unemployment stays low, the recession will likely be even longer and the recovery won’t be as smooth as it was in May and June.
It may take until 2020 to get there, but if the next crisis doesn’t get better, it could take a while longer for things to get better.
Here are some key things to watch for in the US and around the world next year: