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Global Overview October 13, 2016

As we approach the homestretch and start to focus on 2017, global economies will be confronted by numerous challenges and uncertainties. As the world’s largest economy, the US will not only be adjusting expectations and realizations for the next four years based on who will be occupying the White House but also whether the Federal Reserve will finally have the will to pull the trigger and restart its initial feeble attempt which began almost a year ago to normalize interest rates. Many issues will remain on the table after Election Day. As much as Hillary Clinton appears to be in the lead to win the Presidential elections, recent revelations courtesy of WikiLeaks tell a confusing tale as to which HRC will be running this country. In addition, Wall Street is extremely fearful of Donald Trump winning, especially because of his very vocal opposition to existing treaties on trade and his open complaints about Janet Yellen and the Federal Reserve.
Monday, October 17, 2016/Author: John Hsu/Number of views (516)/Comments (0)/

Overview April 14, 2016

Since last summer, global economies and financial markets have been embroiled in a continuous series of turmoil. The key element has been attributed to uncertainties about the Chinese economy and the subsequent collapse of the Chinese stock markets initially back in July and the second wave literally at the beginning of this year.
Thursday, April 14, 2016/Author: John Hsu/Number of views (656)/Comments (0)/
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