US Interest Rates and Developing Countries:
Rising US interest rates are contributing to what the World Bank has called a “silent debt crisis” in developing countries. Some high-debt, low-income nations face difficulties in rolling over their bonds, potentially leading to financial instability. This situation underscores the global impact of US monetary policy on emerging economies.
Chinese Economy and Falling Pork Prices:
Falling pork prices in China are posing a risk of deflation. Despite weak demand, pig farmers have maintained production levels. This economic development highlights the challenges of managing inflation and deflation in the world’s second-largest economy.Read More »Markets Summary – An Investor’s Digest for 07.11.2023