Yield Curve

…a yield curve measures investors’ expectation of economic growth within a country at the present point in time in relation to economic growth in the future. When a yield curve is inverted to be negative, it implies that the expectation of the current economic growth is greater than that of the future. Continue reading Yield Curve

Summarising The Global Economy Today (10 October 2018)

In early October 2018, the global economy is as dynamic as ever and the relationships amongst (1) rising oil prices, (2) strong US economic data, (3) mounting inflation pressure, (4) higher interest rate expectation, (5) downward pressure on the US equity market, (6) the strong US dollar, and (7) its pressure on emerging markets can be summarised in the diagram below. Continue reading Summarising The Global Economy Today (10 October 2018)