The Russian-Ukrainian conflict could shave around $1 trillion worth of global economic output, a leading forecaster said on Wednesday.
This was announced by the London-based National Institute of Economic and Social Research The conflict could reduce the level of global GDP by 1% in 2023and contribute up to 3% in 2022 and another 2 percentage points to global inflation in 2023.
According to the report, the main impacts of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on the global economy are higher energy prices, weaker confidence and financial markets, and the heavy international sanctions against Russia.
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Exports, the net effect on the economy will be negative as Russia’s GDP is expected to contract by 1.5% this year and more than 2.5% by the end of 2023. Russian inflation is expected to exceed 20%.
In the US, the NIESR now expects average inflation of 7.1% this year, versus a previous estimate of 4.6%, and inflation growth of 3.5% next year, versus a previous estimate of 2.5% .
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-russia-ukraine-conflict-could-slash-global-growth-by-1-trillion-forecasting-firm-says-11646241590?rss=1&siteid=rss US inflation will average over 7% this year as the conflict between Russia and Ukraine exacerbates supply problems, the forecasting firm said