Global Markets

Global Markets Focus

14 September, 2018

Do financial markets pose a risk to the global economy?

Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, there are concerns that the financial markets will bring the global economy to its knees again. We do not think, however, that they will be a major cause of the next recession, despite claims that the valuations of many assets have risen to unsustainably-high levels.

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