Davos 2018: The big worry under the mounds of snow

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Finally, some good news.

After years of downgrades, yesterday the International Monetary Fund (IMF) struck an upbeat note on the global economy.

America, China and the European continent are all enjoying better figures.

The IMF said that all the advanced economies should see higher growth than expected by 2019.

Well, all the advanced economies bar one.

The IMF downgraded the UK as it still sees Brexit risks weighing on prospects.

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