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Se estima que en 2017 el crecimiento económico mundial ha alcanzado el 3,0%, porcentaje que representa una fuerte aceleración frente al exiguo 2,4% de 2016 y constituye la mayor tasa de crecimiento mundial registrada desde 2011. Los indicadores del mercado laboral siguen mejorando en un amplio abanico de países, y alrededor de dos tercios de los países del mundo han crecido más en 2017 que en el año anterior. A escala mundial, se espera que en 2018 y 2019 el crecimiento se mantenga estable en el 3,0%.

La reciente aceleración que ha experimentado el producto mundial bruto responde principalmente al crecimiento más estable de varias economías desarrolladas, si bien Asia Oriental y Asia Meridional siguen siendo las regiones más dinámicas del mundo. Los mejoramientos cíclicos en la Argentina, el Brasil, la Federación de Rusia y Nigeria a medida que esas economías superaban la recesión también explican aproximadamente un tercio del aumento de la tasa de crecimiento mundial entre 2016 y 2017. No obstante, los beneficios económicos de los últimos años continúan presentando una distribución desigual por países y regiones, y en muchas partes del mundo aún no se ha conseguido que la economía vuelva a crecer a tasas vigorosas. Las perspectivas económicas siguen siendo sombrías para muchos exportadores de productos básicos, lo que subraya la vulnerabilidad a los ciclos de expansión y contracción de los países que dependen en exceso de un número reducido de recursos naturales. Además, el potencial de la economía mundial a más largo plazo arrastra el lastre del prolongado período de baja inversión y débil crecimiento de la productividad que sucedió a la crisis financiera mundial.

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About 76 million U.S. households make up the bottom 60% of income earners, with take-home pay of $65,000 or less. Of that group, about a third were "stressed" in 2016, UBS says, near the highest level since the mid-1990s.UBS defines 'stressed' Americans as those whose financial obligations —such as mortgages, rent, auto loans and leases, and credit card bills —exceed 30% of their income and who don’t have enough cash and other assets to pay their bills for six months in the event of a layoff or other shock. Such people are far more likely to eventually fall behind on loans and rein in spending.

Even more troubling: About 25 million low-income households that earn $23,000 or less face growing burdens, with nearly half of that bottom 20% of income earners stressed in 2016, up from 45% in 2013, UBS figures show.

By comparison, the burden for people at higher income levels has been getting lighter. Only 3.6% of households in the top 40% of income earners were stressed in 2016, down from 4.5% in 2013, UBS figures show, with many enjoying both low mortgage rates and soaring stock prices.

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Mejia, 31, and her three children live in a room in a house for victims of domestic violence for $680 a month. Shecan’t afford an apartment in San Jose, Calif., where the rent, according to Rent Café, averages $2,616. She earns about $300 driving about 40 hours a week for Lyft and another $70 putting in five hours weekly as a manager at McDonald’s.

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The UBS studyraises questions about a widely touted economic milestone: thathousehold debt broadly hascome down as the economy recovers from the recession of 2007-09.After Americans borrowed heavily duringthe housing and credit bubbles of the mid-2000s, many haveshaved their debtby living frugallyand, in some cases, defaulting.

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