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World Economy Latest: The Perils Behind a Single-Engined Global Growth

I’m Enda Curran, senior economics reporter in Washington, and today we’re looking at the implications of US economic exceptionalism. Send us feedback and tips to ecodaily@bloomberg.net or get in touch on X via @economics. And if you aren’t yet signed up to receive this newsletter, you can do so here.

Plentiful jobs, confident consumers, sustained wage gains and resilient spending may all be well and good for the US. But as much of the rest of the world struggles, relying on American growth to power the globe poses risks including for the US itself.

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