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Latin America economic growth expectations fall – graphic of the day

Analysts polled in July are less optimistic about the growth prospects in Latin America than they were three months earlier. Today’s graphic shows the projected GDP growth for Brazil, Mexico, Argentina and Chile.

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BRICS economies – graphic of the day

The leaders of the BRICS economies are expected to sign a deal that creates a $100 billion bank and a reserves fund to challenge Western dominance over global finance. Today’s graphic shows the GDP, current account balance and exports for the five BRICS economies, compared to the United States.

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Putin’s Russia – graphic of the day

Today’s graphic looks at the Russian economy under Vladimir Putin in six charts. This month marked the 10th year of Putin’s presidency. Read the full Reuters investigates special report on how Russia does business in the Putin era.

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Credit ratings – graphic of the day

Irish bond yields dipped today after Moody’s raised the country’s rating by two notches on Friday, citing strong growth dynamics. At around 120% of GDP, Ireland still has one of the most bloated government debt burdens in the euro zone. Today’s graphic shows the long-term sovereign debt ratings for some of the world’s major economies.

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Thailand’s economy at a glance – graphic of the day

Thailand is teetering on the brink of recession amid weak exports, a year-long slump in industrial output and a drop in tourism. Consumer confidence has also fallen to its lowest level in more than 12 years in April as the protracted political crisis that began in November continues to take a toll on Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy. Today’s graphic is a snapshot of Thailand’s economy.

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Asian economic outlook – graphic of the day

While risks to the Asia-Pacific region’s growth outlook have eased, further shock to global financial markets from the U.S. tapering of stimulus and expected policy tightening, an uneven recovery in developed economies, and the possibility of slower growth in China as it aims to curb credit expansion would weigh on the region’s economic uptrend. Today’s graphic summarizes the Asian Development Bank’s latest forecast for Asia in four different charts.

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India growth – graphic of the day

Over the last decade, the center of rapid growth in India has shifted northward and inland, to the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Today’s graphic looks at the change in GDP throughout different regions of India.

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UK economic recoveries since 1955 – graphic of the day

Driven by a pick-up in business investment and trade, Britain’s economic recovery broadened in the last three months of 2013. Led by consumer spending and a turnaround in the housing market, the surprisingly rapid upturn suggests a more balanced recovery may be building. Today’s graphic tracks UK economic recoveries since 1955 and the recovery time needed after each recession.

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Defense budgets – graphic of the day

The Military Balance is the IISS annual assessment of the military capabilities and defense economics of 171 countries worldwide. Today’s graphic ranks the top 15 countries by military spending in dollars and as a percentage of GDP.

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Global growth forecast – graphic of the day

The International Monetary Fund raised its forecast for global growth for the first time in nearly two years. Today’s graphic shows the growth forecasts for the world economy and a selection of advanced and emerging/developing economies.

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