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Slow growth expected to continue next year: Schroders

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WORTH CONSIDERING: Energy is looking interesting, given capital expenditure cuts by oil majors and rising demand as the US economy recovers, says Schroders.

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THE world will continue to grow slowly in 2016, said Schroders chief economist Keith Wade, who is calling for a 2.5 per cent global gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2016, downgraded from 2.9 per cent earlier.

The lower forecast is driven in part by slower US growth due

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