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)
Contrary to the widely accepted perception that the bursting of the bubble was merely triggered by the gullibility of the masses, it seems that there were a number of events that led to the eruption. Continue reading The causes of the bubble economy in Japan during the late 80’s
why can volatility be so high in today’s somewhat sophisticated world of investment? What are the causes peculiar to today’s global financial market? There are supposedly a number of underlying reasons for high levels of volatility that have been witnessed in recent years. Continue reading Why can volatility be so high?