Category Archive: World Stock Markets

Jan 31

Eurozone sovereign debt – dancing in a room where the clocks have no hands

The strong rally in world stock markets in January 2013 appears to be based on three premises. Firstly, that the Chinese economy has successfully avoided a “hard landing”. Secondly, the threat of a fiscal cliff in the USA has been averted. And thirdly, that the Eurozone crisis is now behind us. With these three impediments …

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Jan 16

How long will Mr Market’s Euphoria Last?

Mr Market has started 2013 in euphoric mood. The FTSE 100 has soared above 6100 for the first time in almost five years. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is also close to a five-year high at 13,500. And elsewhere across the world stock markets are rising. So is Mr Market’s optimism justified? Only if you …

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