Bank of America Merrill Lynch cut its expectation for global gross domestic product growth on Friday to 3.3%, down from 3.6%.The firm cited trade-war uncertainty between the US and China and a lack of normalization in interest rates as reasons.Emerging markets in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East are holding up amidst global trade woes and should see meager improvements in 2020, BAML says.

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