This Is What GDP Growth Looks Like Around The World

The above map comes from RBC Capital Markets. It is a GDP heat map, showing the estimated growth rates of every country in the world for next year, based on IMF numbers.

There are a few things to note here: Europe is looking pale. Argentina and Venezuela are in for a rough year. Brazil isn’t looking so hot, either.

Both Libya and South Sudan are set to have great year-over-year growth — although that’s likely because war has had such drastic effects on them this year.

This is what the heat map for 2014 looks like: 

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