Over the next 20 years global growth is expected to be somewhat slower due

Over the next 20 years global growth is expected to

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Over the next 20 years, global growth is expected to be somewhat slower, due primarily to deteriorat ing demographics in most countries, particularly aging populations in advanced economies. Emerging Asia is expected to grow more slowly, due in part to less catch-up potential after a period of rapid growth, though developing economies in ge neral should continue to experience faster relativ e growth.
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Slower world growth will lead to lower-than-histor ical-average interest rates and provide less of a boost to equity returns, but global opportunities for investment are still expected to expand.
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Mean Reversion In finance, mean reversion is the assumption that a stock's price will tend to move to the average p rice over time Mean reversion is the theory suggesting that price s and returns eventually move back toward the mean or average. This mean or average can be the histor ical average of the price or return, or another re levant average such as the growth in the economy o r the average return of an industry.
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Key Drivers of GDP Growth (Population growth and p roductivity growth are key determinants of economi c growth
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Our Forward-Looking, Global Approach to Growth Forecasts Population growth: Slower than in the past Productivity growth: Still positive
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Aging Populations Dampen Labor Force Participation Rates. Labor force growth has risen rapidly for se
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