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  1. Is Mexico fixing what is not broken?

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Mexico's new president is considering a number of policy changes that could have long-lasting effects on economic growth and the ...

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  2. The Phillips Curve: flatter, kinked but not "dead"

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    The Phillips Curve, which says that as the unemployment rate falls, nominal wages will rise, is making a comeback. Many labour ...

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  3. Global economy is inadequately prepared for the next crisis

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    Alongside the 2018 IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings, policy makers highlighted that the global economy is inadequately prepared for ...

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  4. Insurance asset management in China: a boom in the making

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    We forecast that total assets managed by insurers in China will reach CNY 22 trillion next year. New guidelines around popular ...

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  5. Batten down the hatches? US recession risk at 35% in 2020

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    Published by: Swiss Re Institute Content Type: Publication

    We see 35% probability of recession in the US in 2020, mostly due to external factors. Recession would hit re/insurers' net ...

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  6. Income inequality: an underlying threat to sustainable growth

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    Income inequality has risen, with negative implications for economic growth. It can also curb insurance buying by reducing ...

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  7. Alternative capital set to grow for peak risks

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    Alternative capital proved to be a reliable source of capacity during the active 2017 natural catastrophe season. We predict that ...

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