The pickup in worldwide growth expected/looked ahead to in the April World Money-based Outlook remains on track, with worldwide output projected to grow by 3.5% in 2017 and 3.6% in 2018. The unchanged worldwide growth projections mask somewhat different (things that are given/work that’s done) at the country level. U.S. growth projections are lower than in April, mostly reflecting the idea (you think is true) that money-related policy will be less expansion-related going forward than (before that/before now) expected/looked ahead to.
The worldwide money-based recovery is on firmer footing as improving growth in China, Europe and Japan offset downward rewritings/redoings for the United States and Britain. However, wage growth remains slow which risks increasing tensions that have pushed some countries toward more and-worldwide policies, while efforts to wear away (related to managing money) rules put in place since the 2008 serious problem could wear away (firm and steady nature/lasting nature/strength). The recovery in worldwide growth that we projected in April is on a firmer footing; there is now no question mark over the world (process of people making, selling, and buying things)’s gain in speed and power. Recent data point to the broadest (happening at the same time/having the same exact contents) upswing the world (process of people making, selling, and buying things) has experienced in the last ten years. The fund still expects the (world-wide process of people making, selling, and buying things) will grow by 3.5% in 2017 and 3.6% in 2018, the same as in the April WEO. However, the unchanged forecast masks some significant rewritings/redoings, including in the United States where the IMF downgraded its growth guess (of a number) last month after judging that spending plans promised by President Donald Trump that had been expected to provide a boost to the (process of people making, selling, and buying things) were stuck (in a place where something’s trapped0.