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The International Monetary Fund has placed its prediction of the global growth percentage at 3.4% for 2014 (down from 3.7%).
There were uplifts for some countries though, and the largest increase was the UK, - from a 2.8% to a 3.2%
The global forecast for 2015 is unchanged, with growth predicted to be 4%.
Itís thought a weak start to the year in the United States has contributed somewhat to the decrease in the forecast, which was due to bad weather and firms meeting demand by running down stocks of goods quite significantly.
The IMF's chief economist Olivier Blanchard commented that the headline for the revision for this year makes things look worse than they really are, but he said it largely reflects something that has already happened, ie in the first quarter of this year.
There were downward revisions for several emerging economies also, with the largest being for Russia, reflecting what the IMF terms as "geopolitical tensions" more ....