No Return to the Previous Trajectory of Global Trade Growth in 2021, According to WTO
The volume of world trade will not be able to return to the pre-crisis state in 2021, according to the World Trade Organization (WTO)
The Economies of Europe and Canada Slow Down Their Recovery
The 2020 crisis is not over. Economic incentives no longer have such effect, as a result, there is a slowdown in the recovery of economies.
People All Over the Globe Believe that the US Is Losing Its Leading Economic Power Status to China
The poll shows people's tendency to see China as a new economic leader.
The Federal Reserve is Now the Largest Holder of the U.S. Debt, Overtaking All Other Central Banks Combined
The total amount of the debt it holds equals to $4 trillion.
Federal Reserve and European Central Bank Print Money Like Never Before
People's Bank of China did not issue money in such a large volume.
The First Joint-Stock Company, or How the Dutch East India Company Entered the IPO 400 Years Ago
The story about how the first public company was running its business several centuries ago.
The S&P 500 (.INX) Is not Representing Economic Condition Anymore, According to Liz Ann Sonders at Bloomberg
Shares of many companies included in the S&P500 failed to update their historical peaks, so the index almost returned to pre-crisis values.
Is DXY Going to Fall Below $80? Peter Schiff Predicts U.S. Dollar to Crash Before the Elections
U.S Dollar Index is about to fall below 80 before the end of the year or prior to U.S. elections, Peter Schiff (@PeterSchiff) predicts
Global Market Cap Exceeds GDP by 55% - It Is the Largest Bubble Ever, Sven Henrich Says
The market never ceases to surprise, yesterday's market closure set the maximum value in relation to global GDP.
The Volume of Negative Yield Debt Rose to $14.3 Trillion Worldwide. Is This Bad for the Markets?
Lisa Abramowicz reports on the record growth of debt with negative yield since the mid-March.
A Bear Market Is On The Horizon Amid Weak Economic Data On Holger Zschaepitz Thoughts
By the end of the week, investor sentiment remains subdued. Weak economic data instil uncertainty and, perhaps, fear.
A Relationship Between China And The US Causes Rapid Economic Recovery
The global economy is under pressure from Sino-American relations. The outcome will affect the recovery speed from the crisis
Peter Schiff thinks FED Overestimates Its Strength
According to Peter Schiff, the measures taken by the Federal Reserve are not enough to shake the economy.
Trader Sven Henrich said that "FED is bankrupt"
Professional trader Sven Henrich released a series of tweets that criticized the Federal Reserve's printing press
Bill Mitchell: the market is growing despite protests in the US and Coronavirus.
Bill Mitchell, a host of YourVoice™ America, believes that the Coronavirus is one of the best crises.
IMF Warns About A Possible Global Financial Crisis
How soon do you see the global economy back to normal? The IMF is not very optimistic about this.
Republicans and Democrats See a Threat to The U.S. Economy
Despite differences in political views, Americans see threat to the country's economy.
As Global Markets Collapse, Safe Haven Gold is Not Spared Either
Gold, the commodity that was supposed to rise in value as markets around the world are affected, has seen its value being beaten down too.