The World Bank Global Monthly Report

Following a weak first quarter, global growth could edge slightly upward in the second quarter, helped by an expected firming of activity in the United States. Commodity exporters continue to struggle with adjustment to a severe terms of trade shock and domestic uncertainties, while importers benefit from tailwinds. More accommodative global financing conditions and the continued appetite for higher-yielding assets supported a further recovery in emerging market bond issuance in April.

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