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.
My Five Stock Market Predictions for 2015
Catalysts for Growth in Place for Solid 2015
Admittedly, stock market forecasts can mostly be flimsy attempts to predict what irrational investors do in uncertain times. That doesn’t prevent most pundits from being overly optimistic.
At the end of 2013, I predicted that the U.S. stock mar… Read More
Global financial crisis 2015: is it really possible? Below you’ll find the answer, as I dive into the global financial crisis causes and what today’s economic events have to say.
Global Financial Crisis Explained…… Read More
It’s only been a few years, but there are already reams and reams of articles and books written about the global
With 20 central banks indicating they may lower interest rates even further, a world economic slowdown underway, and bellwether copper prices collapsing, U.S. multinational companies (and their stock prices) will not escape the malaise facing the global economy.
Central Banks Concerned Regarding Global Economic Slowdown?
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The U.S. dollar has been on a tear since the summer of 2014, but truth be told, the anti-dollar movement is strong and gaining traction.
For a currency to remain dominant in the global economy, especially for it to be a reserve currency, three factors need to be present: first, the currency has to have widespread use; second, the currenc… Read More
The idea of an impending stock market crash may seem pretty untenable right now. After all, compared to the rest of the world, the United States had the most encouraging economic, business, and financial outlook in 2014, and the same goes for 2015. But there are several key factors painting a not-so-rosy picture for the global economy… Read More