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.

Global Recession: These Two Leading Indicators Confirm It’s Almost Here

By Friday, October 2, 2015
Global_RecessionThe economic-related statistics being released on an almost daily basis are gruesome…and the chances of a global recession are becoming imminent. How bad is global trade? Talking numbers, between 1983 and 2008, on average, global trade grew at about six percent per year. Now this rate is down to just three percent. Here’s something.

Economic Collapse: Marc Faber Says This Should Terrify Investors Everywhere

By Friday, September 18, 2015
Economic collapseThe Federal Reserve’s reckless monetary policies have created a colossal asset bubble, which could trigger a stock market crash and global economic collapse in 2016. At least, that’s the opinion of famed market commentator Marc Faber. In an interview with CNBC on Wednesday, the editor and publisher at The Gloom, Boom & Doom.

5 Reasons Why the Global Meltdown is Just Getting Warmed Up

By Thursday, September 3, 2015
Global Stock Market CrashLate last year I wrote an article suggesting the U.S. could enter a depression in 2015. To some it sounded farfetched at the time. After all, the stock market was at record highs and investors remained bullish. But it seemed to me that all the economic evidence pointed to a U.S. financial crisis. I think the same conditions are in play. In .

Global Economy: If Only China Was the Biggest Problem

By Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Global EconomyFor months, I have written in these pages about how the slowing global economy would wash ashore to America and infect our own companies. I posted repeated charts in Profit Confidential that showed leading indicators like the Baltic Dry Index and copper prices were collapsing, foretelling of poor economic conditions ahead. And wouldn’t.

Shocking: South Korea Exports Crash Most Since 2009

By Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Economic CollapseWhile most people are obsessing over China’s stock market crash, a more pressing concern is the decline of global trade. There are two major exporters, both of them in East Asia, whose exports have fallen dramatically from month to month. It is a devastating blow to the world economy, and one that could very well tip us into a full-blown.

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