Global markets lose 13 trillion dollars in 4 months 10/1
Global markets lose 13 trillion dollars in 4 months
(Independent) .. the world is experiencing an economic crisis repercussions clearly appear on the global equity markets, as investors lose a lot of their money amid a fall in the value of the companies predict impending problems.
We saw global stock markets since early June last record where markets suffered more than 13 trillion dollars, indicating that the markets lost profits during the previous two years.
The market value of the assets also fell without to less than 60 trillion dollars for the first time since the month of February 2014, in light of policies to stimulate economic growth failure.
The global markets have experienced such a decline when the former US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke launched a second round of quantitative easing programs, where the second round of the program of financial markets did not provide little to stimulate sustainable economic growth.
He attributed the agency "Bloomberg" loss of American global markets to a decline in commodity prices such as oil, which fell by about 60% since June 2014, when the high global production began to collide with a slowdown in economic growth.
The growing investor concerns about global economic growth, especially the second largest economy in the world the Chinese economy, a negative impact on global markets.
Many experts believe that the slowdown in the growth of the Chinese economy was one of the causes of falling energy prices and commodities.
Economic data showed that China's trade deficit in the services sector rose in August / last August to $ 22.8 billion after the $ 17.6 billion in the month of July last.
The decline in global markets, although followers of the world's central banks during the past four months of policies to stimulate their economies and quantitative Kaltesar cut key interest rates.
Many believe that the main source of many of the economic difficulties is the monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve, which failed to pay the economy's strong recovery, as expected, after nearly seven years of lower interest rates near zero, and inflation remains low in America, despite the arrival of the economy to what he sees as the Fed fully operational level.