Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Nouriel Roubini : The upswing in Global Equity Markets that started in July is now running out of steam

Nouriel Roubini : The upswing in global equity markets that started in July is now running out of steam, which comes as no surprise: With no significant improvement in growth prospects in either the advanced or major emerging economies, the rally always seemed to lack legs. If anything, the correction might have come sooner, given disappointing macroeconomic data in recent months.Starting with the advanced countries, the euro zone recession has spread from the periphery to the core, with France entering recession and Germany facing a double whammy of slowing growth in one major export market (China/Asia) and outright contraction in others (southern Europe). Economic growth in the United States has remained anaemic, at 1.5-2 per cent for most of the year, and Japan is lapsing into a new recession. The United Kingdom, like the euro zone, has already endured a double-dip recession and now, even strong commodity exporters — Canada, the Nordic countries, and Australia — are slowing in the face of headwinds from the US, Europe, and China. - in todayonline
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