“It seems most of the developed world is trapped within the confines of excessive debt and uncertainty.”
Excessive debt and uncertainty are the underlying reasons we have been trapped within our “New Reality” of slow economic growth and underemployment for the past seven years. Read more
Asset bubbles are created when euphoria, cash and credit are present and rational thought is nowhere to be found. These bubbles eventually burst when reality sets in. Read more
China often operates in the shadows. This raises questions as to the accuracy of the economic data that is released by their government, the internal actions being taken that are kept secret, and their overall motives. These shadows of doubt and reduced growth expectations have clouded investor perception and have caused foreign investment to flow out of China. Read more
It seems China is facing an economic conundrum these days. On the one hand, Beijing is trying to transform their country away from a pure “export-driven” economy towards one that is driven by domestic demand. These efforts have failed for the most part.
On the other hand, the efforts already put in place to bring about this transformation have also resulted in the lowest GDP growth rate in China since 1990. Read more
“Globalization and the free movement of capital, goods and services across national borders have caused the economies and financial markets of the world to become increasingly interconnected and entwined with each other.” Read more
It seems most of the developed world is trapped within the confines of excessive debt and uncertainty.
Europe is being crushed under loads of debt resulting from years of irresponsible spending – not just in the peripheral countries – but in others such as France. As a result, millions of people face an uncertain future while their leaders search for a proper course of action and bicker amongst themselves. Read more