Gold production looking positive in 2016, but the Chinese have started slowing their pace of growth for 2016 and will probably slow to about 7 percent in 2015. In comparison with the U.S. it is still a bit ahead of the EU which will fall between 2016 and 2017.
China, like many emerging economies, is also heavily dependent on oil for its economy and is already going through economic transformation. The world market will continue to grow, the Chinese currency (U.S. dollars) will continue to decline in value relative to global currencies, there will be more and more domestic companies investing in energy-related infrastructure, as well as the Chinese government is planning major infrastructure projects in its periphery. China’s economy is in the process of recovering from the Great Recession which will take some time and will definitely keep economic growth low. The United States should expect that China will be more robust during this recovery and the global economy may remain in a weak state for some time, so don’t expect a significant drop in growth.
Growth in Japan will remain below China’s trend rate, but it is not going to hit any records or make any significant economic mistakes as it is on the opposite end of the Pacific compared to China.
The U.S. economy and the European Union could go the full path of growth, but they will likely fall behind Japan to a large degree in 2016, and will likely go through even greater growth in the second half of the year than they did in the first half. For the first time in quite some time, the U.S. economy will not be projected to go through a peak or to slow significantly in 2016, so it is still expected to reach a growth rate of 2 percent in 2016.
In contrast to 2014, U.S. growth will fall below 2 percent in 2016, because the U.S. is no longer experiencing any significant decline in its manufacturing production, but rather, as other European nations are starting to face the same problems as they did after the 2008 financial crisis. So, 2016 will likely be a year where manufacturing will be the dominant economic activity.
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