just over a year ago the stock market had big fears: brexit would bring down prices, as well as Donald Trump elected president.
in Europe, share prices fell in the summer, and many people's mind is spinning, whether the rise book already exhausted.
the Right man to answer the question is Citigroup international macro strategy and financial allocation of the equivalent of Jeremy Hale.
”Inflation has accelerated and the real purchasing power weakened.
Part of the same people who voted for brexit, complain of falling real wages,” he said.
”Some of the euro market more concentrated of my colleagues may be transferred to Frankfurt or another euro area capital,” Hale said upset sounding.