As we’ve witnessed over the last four years, the White House holds considerable sway over foreign economic and trade policies, making this election particularly consequential for markets in Asia. Three areas that will likely be impacted the most are trade, supply chains, and tech.
Is the carbon emission market actually decreasing emissions? How are Europe, China, and the US leveraging the cap and trade system?
Cataclysmic economic changes could point towards a hopeful outlook in combating climate change.
How the unrest in Belarus may prove to be Putin’s golden ticket to European control.
How is Japan swimming in debt, but still able to stay afloat? Is their smooth sailing coming to an end?
China’s recovery from COVID-19 crisis remains uneven, with state investment and production leading a relatively weak consumer recovery. Two important trends are emerging that provide insight into both the near term growth trajectory, and how the investment landscape might shape up.
Covid-19 is showing cracks in the Eurozone, can the ECB solve the Covid-19 economic downturn without making the cracks worse?
After the economic shock of Covid-19, a deeper inspection of the ECB’s systematic problems is necessary to prepare for the next economic recession.
…with dire consequences for one of the continent’s largest economies, which was already facing its longest downturn since 1945. Still, experts believe there is reason for cautious optimism in the long-term.
In an effort to expand its global financial clout, Beijing has been lending extensively to developing countries; however, its lack of transparency is causing problems for the local economies and other stakeholders.