The election of President-elect Donald trump lead to volatility levels even higher than the record Brexit event earlier in the year. It may be no surprise based on his many contradictions as a candidate leading analysts unsure of the future ahead. No financial market has seen greater volatility that currency markets.
So you’re still looking to invest in that property you were considering buying six months ago. Since then, property prices have gone up, interest rates have gone down and you’re still waiting for that perfect property to turn up.
Should the uneven nature of global economic health, increased volatility and an eight-year bull market worry investors?
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By Joachim Fels
Emerging markets have been quietly undergoing positive, fundamental change. From negative interest rates to Brexit to the Fed, investors have understandably been preoccupied with matters at hand lately.
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