SURVEY: The World's Top Executives Are Losing Faith In The Economy

McKinsey has just published the finding of its global survey of executives, and it shows a startling downturn in sentiment about the direction of the economy.

Back in March, 45 per cent of respondents expected the economy to improve moderately over 6 months. Now, that number is down to 19 per cent.  The number that expect it to do moderately worse is up to 42 per cent. 

Here’s their chart:

McKinsey global outlook

Photo: McKinsey & Company

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