Strong is good. Strong earnings. Strong sales. These paint a picture of economic growth, which is good for the country. But when it comes to the U.S. dollar in a global market … strong is a problem.
Category: Global Economy
Nothing happens in a vacuum, which is why it’s crucial to keep an eye on the global economy. Currencies around the world fluctuate, and impact everything from the prices of imports to the exchange rate at your local airport. Global stock markets intertwine, as events in Europe cause U.S. stocks to drop, and U.S. politics influence European stock markets. Stay up to date on everything going on in the global economy and learn how to prepare for the unexpected.
Brexit wasn’t just about the U.K. leaving the EU. All of Europe was watching, waiting for the green light to start shouting for their own referendum. There is only one safe haven in this storm…
By voting to flee the European Union, the Brits shocked the world … but only because the world wasn’t paying attention. Now comes the day after Brexit, and it promises to be worse than the event itself.