From Donald Trump’s assertions that the US is not winning any more to Bernie Sanders’ warnings of a “rigged economy”, anger about America’s economic performance has been a persistent theme on the presidential campaign trail.

Yet forecasts from the International Monetary Fund suggest the US has emerged as the healthiest among a sickly crop of leading economies, with GDP tipped to rise more than any other large advanced country next year and unemployment set to hover at half the euro area average.

By: Sam Fleming and Shawn Donnan, The Financial Times

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