Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results | McKinsey & Company

Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results | McKinsey & Company.

Emerging-market optimism dwindles, while respondents’ expectations for the future of their own economies and the global economy remain modest.

June 2015

Executives in emerging markets have grown less optimistic about the state of their home economies than they were in 2014 and have been more downbeat overall this year than their developed-market peers, according to McKinsey’s latest global economic survey.1 In a snapshot of disjointed sentiments from region to region, optimism among executives in developed Asia and North America has faded over the past three months, those in India remain the most bullish, and respondents in Latin America continue to be the most downbeat about domestic economic conditions.

Collectively, most executives expect GDP growth to moderate both globally and for their domestic economies. They also see volatility and sovereign-debt defaults as quickly rising risks to growth.

 

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