Global Economy

Taking together all of the countries, one would have a view of the global economy. Understanding the global economy and the shifts among countries, businesses can better allocate capital to the areas of the world that are growing. The U.S. currently is the largest economy in the world, now followed by China. Shifts among countries in their global economic ranking are the result of many criteria, including population growth and fiscal and monetary policies. Knowing which part of the world is growing economically and which part is shrinking is extremely important for businesses.

Economic Crisis Killing the Commodity Supercycle?

By Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Economic CrisisWith the recent break of oil back below $50.00 a barrel, the commodity supercycle driven by the superlative rise of the emerging markets looks like it’s dissipated…and we could be facing an economic crisis.The Thomson Reuters/CoreCommodity CRB Index fell to a 52-week and six-year low, adding to the reality that demand for. Read More

Goldman Sachs: Gold Prices Could Fall Below $1,000

By Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Gold PriceGold prices could plunge below $1,000 an ounce. At least, that’s the latest gold price forecast from Goldman Sachs commodity research headJeffrey Currie.“The risks are clearly skewed to the downside in this environment,” he told Bloomberg in a telephone interview on Tuesday. “There is a probability that the market trades. Read More

Gerald Celente: Gold Prices are “Rigged”

By Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Gold PriceGold prices are rigged and the world could be on the verge of an economic collapse. At least, that’s according to trend forecaster Gerald Celente.In an interview with King World News, the global economy is entering into a recession and the global economic collapse is imminent. (Source: The Panic That’s Happening Right Now Is Much. Read More

Global Economy in Sharp Slowdown; U.S. Companies’ Earnings at Risk

By Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Global EconomyNo matter where you look, major economic hubs in the global economy are struggling to show growth.According to the German finance ministry, Germany’s economy grew at only 0.3% in the second quarter of this year after growing a similar amount in the first quarter. (Source: Reuters, July 19, 2015.) Germany is the fourth biggest economy. Read More

Global Economic Slowdown to Take Stock Market Down with It

By Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Global EconomyThe global economy is headed towards an economic slowdown and it will take U.S. stock prices down with it.The growth rates of major economies are anemic. China is growing at its slowest pace in two decades, putting pressure on Australia’s economy. Japan has been going in and out of recession for years now. The crisis in Greece has strained. Read More

Investors: This Could Send Gold Prices Soaring in 2015
By Michael Lombardi


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