Source: LPL Research, U.S. Treasury 05/16/19
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Global Policy Uncertainty Index
Projected Change in Real GDP
Source: LPL Research, Baker Bloom Davis 10/01/19
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The Global Economic Policy Uncertainty Index is a gross domestic product-weighted average of national Economic Policy Uncertainty indexes for 20 countries. Each national Economic Policy Uncertainty Index reflects the relative frequency of own-country newspaper articles that contain a trio of terms pertaining to the economy, policy, and uncertainty.