The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economic Outlook is one of the most closely-watched set of forecasts in the world. How do economists get to the predictions in it? CNBC International gets an inside look at the process from Washington.
The budget would cut $1.7 trillion in spending over 10 years.
Global growth is expected to slow down significantly in the coming months as borrowing levels dominate in both China and Europe and "Trump-mania" is set to fade, a chief economist at Danish investment firm Saxo Bank told CNBC on Monday.