- A global sell-off will hit economies whose markets are considered overvalued and could spill over into neighboring economies as well.
- India has surpassed China as the fastest growing large economy in the world and should continue its upward momentum despite the current global crisis.
- Vietnam’s economy may be about to break out from its tiger status to an emerging one with strong growth and a lack of correlation to major global economies.
As domestic markets become filled with turmoil, investors may start to feel disillusioned about equities. While the first two months of 2015 started off well enough, the broader indexes tapered off and began to tread water until late June. Now volatility has leaped up and threatening to cross the 20 threshold amidst mixed economic data, the Greek debt crisis, and a Chinese stock market selloff that has dragged the S&P 500 down 3.43% since June 23rd…
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