A new report by a US government think-tank claims that, as of today, the global economy is worth about $19 trillion.
The world economy was worth $19.4 trillion as of March, according to the International Monetary Fund, but its value has fallen since the beginning of the year, to $18.9 trillion.
That’s a fall of $6.7 trillion in just one year, according the IMF.
To put that in context, the world’s economic output was worth about a quarter of the entire world’s GDP in the year 2000.
The IMF’s report notes that many countries have seen their economies shrink over the past few years.
According to the IMF, there were 4,079,000 jobs in the US in March, down from 4,082,000 a year ago.
In China, there are only 5.4 million jobs in March.
In Europe, unemployment fell to 11.6% in March from 12.5% in April, the lowest since September 2007.
Unemployment in Britain fell to 4.9% from 5.5%, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.
Meanwhile, the unemployment rate in Greece is at a new low of 11.5%.
In Germany, unemployment is at an all-time low of 3.4%.
In the US, the economy shrank by $6 trillion in March – but not because of any of the financial crisis.
Instead, the US economy was hit hard by the election of President Donald Trump, who promised to repeal the Dodd-Frank financial regulations, and cut the federal deficit.
The Federal Reserve also cut interest rates to record lows, as a sign of support for the US.
But the real hit is on the bottom line.
The US economy shrinks because of a collapse in demand for goods and services from overseas.
The collapse in imports has caused a decline in domestic demand.
This is because the US government is borrowing so much to buy US goods and service that it has to buy a lot of those goods and use them overseas.
That means there is less demand in the rest of the world.
At the same time, the government is investing so much in other things, including infrastructure, that it is not able to produce the goods and jobs that it needs to keep the economy going.
While the US is seeing more exports, imports are down.
The EU is seeing less imports and a drop in exports.
There are signs that the US may be starting to recover.
US economic growth has slowed slightly in the last three months of the current fiscal year, the first in almost a decade, according a Bloomberg report.
However, the report notes the US could continue to see its trade deficit and job losses worsen.
Despite all this, the IMF warns that the world will continue to run out of money, and the world economy will fall back into recession.
If you want to see the full report, read here.