It might be seven years since the first signs that the world was about to go into crisis mode, but we're not home and dry yet. In fact, recent cheers at nascent signs of a global economic recovery now look somewhat premature, analysts and politicians warn.
Fears of a setback were heightened on Monday following some surprise news from Japan: the world's third-largest economy fell into recession after gross domestic product (GDP) shrank in the third quarter.
It came as British Prime Minister David Cameron warned that the global economy was showing worrying signs of wobble. Meanwhile, at the G-20 summit over the weekend, OECD Chief Economist Catherine Mann told CNBC the global economy should be growing at a much faster pace.
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Here, CNBC takes a look at some of the biggest economic pressure points: