As GDP growth turned negative in Q1 2022 to a lower than expected -1.40% quarter-over-quarter, the FED should be increasingly worried for a period of prolonged stagflation with all its consequences.
Geely Automobile Holdings Limited (0175.HK) is strongly collaborating with subsidiary sister Volvo Car AB of parent company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group – ZGH. These strong relationships could prove profitable for the Geely Holding on the long run.
As inflation surges past 7 percent in the United States and European energy prices are at multi-year highs, central banks may be in their endgame fighting an uncontrollable financial monster.
The EU’s push for the transition to a green circular economy is coming at a cost for the weakest in society. Too optimistic prospects of renewable energy sources combined with higher energy demand have led to exponentially rising energy prices that will hit low income groups the hardest.
Leading Edge Materials (LEMSE:STO) is a top-runner in the European Union for the provision of critical raw materials necessary for future technologies. Not without risks but with major potential, this stock may perform very well on the long run.
In this guest article Marco Messinese discusses leveraged products, how they function and what the risks are. Investors should be cautious using leveraged products, understanding them is the first step.
While stock markets seem to be cooling down, IQE is already trading at new lows after ongoing supply chain disruptions in the semiconductor industry. However, the potential for this stock is high, and positive profit surprises on the midterm likely.
In a new low approval rating for Biden, the President scores even lower in terms of economic approval than his predecessor Donald Trump. His approval rating is dropping to 38-43% based on the results of different polls.
The Canadian gold miner Pretium Resources is positioning itself as great take-over target. The company is generating growing free cash flows after lockdowns weighed down output in their only gold mine Brucejack in British Columbia, Canada.
Where ETF’s are great instruments for investors seeking for diversification, common ownership has its drawbacks. In this article we dive deeper in the common ownership trilemma and why common ownership could be bad for our economy.
Exactly one year ago, the most indebted Chinese property developer the China Evergrande Group asked the government for financial support to avoid a credit drought. Since then shares have tumbled more than 75 percent. A default could have major consequences.
Last year Lynas Rare Earths posted record profits amid growing demand for its products. The largest rare earth miner outside of China has proved its excellent market position is extremely fruitful.