6 factors shaping the global economy in 2016

We are already 1 quarter into the new year and it was not a very pretty one, the world is rattled by terrorist attacks, downed planes bizarre US Presidential hopefuls, near stock market crash in China an unsolved European migration crisis and much more.





In Europe especially we get to see the effects of cheap money, with real estate booming but the german and european industry who all this money is intended for doesn’t need more credit if there is no market buying their end products.

To set all this into a  structured perspective I find the analysis of Anders Borg former Swedish Finance Minister now Chair, Global Financial System Initiative, World Economic Forum very helpful



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