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The UK is expected to go from being the worst performing economy in the G7 in 2020 to the best in 2021, according to the International Monetary Fund's latest World Economic outlook, with growth seen at 7.0% this year, higher by 1.7% in the current year than previously forecast. The IMF sees the solid recovery continuing into 2022, albeit at a slower pace, with GDP seen higher by 4.5%, just a little lower than the April forecast.
Globally, in most cases, inflation "should subside to its pre-pandemic ranges in 2022 once the transitory disturbances work their way through prices'" the IMF note, although they warn price pressures could turn persistent '"if inflation expectations increase".