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When the Risk of Recession Is a Greater Concern than Inflation
03 Jun 2022
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CATEGORIES: AER Global AER Personal Spain Global US Europe China Emerging Countries Macro Global Financial Markets Real Estate Monetary Policy Commodities
Ignacio de la Torre
Leopoldo Torralba
Knowledge is addictive: you’ll never will consume enough information. The problem in today’s world, where everything is one click away, is that the more we seek for clarity, the more difficult it is to understand what trully is going on. On the one hand, China is entering a deep real estate crisis with possible global repercussions. On the other, the US stock market is falling so much that we’re starting to call it a bear market. In Europe, Christine Lagarde, the president of the European Central Bank, is signalling that the apparent eternal negative rates shall soon rise above zero. In the midst of all this, it’s much needed accurate and independent research to help us make decisions.
dot Do high inflation rates mean necessarily that we are heading for a recession?
dot What can we expect going forward in the world were China weakens?
dot How will financial and property markets perform in this uncertain global growth environment?
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