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Global Recession Inevitable: Investors, Don't Get Complacent Lombardi Letter 2023-10-18 15:34:54 Major economic hubs in the global economy are showing signs of stress. A widespread global recession seems inevitable. This won’t end well, so investors must be careful. Analysis & Predictions,Global Economy

Global Recession Inevitable: Investors, Don’t Get Complacent

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Global Recession Inevitable for Major Economies? Don’t Get Complacent

Global Recession Could Mean Pain for Investment Portfolios

The global economy is heading in a very wrong direction. At the moment, it looks like a widespread global recession is inevitable. If true, it could mean lots of pain for Investors, so they shouldn’t get complacent.

Red flags are popping up all over the place, and things might not end well for the world economy.


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If you want to figure out where the global economy is heading, you must look at the major economic hubs. If you see the major hubs struggling, it’s a sign that a global recession could be just around the corner.

Mind you, one can’t really predict a global recession if just one major hub is economically struggling; it has to be few at the same time.

As it stands, there’s only one bright spot in the global economy: the U.S.

The headline economic data for the U.S. economy continues to show resilience. Inflation in the country has cooled off a bit, the job market remains strong, consumer spending continues to defy the odds, and so on.

However, one must question how long this will remain the case. The leading indicators of the U.S. economy are starting to show cracks forming. It could just be a matter of time before the U.S. loses its momentum and its economic growth rate drops.

Nothing But Bad News for China, Eurozone, U.K, & Canada

Everywhere else beyond the U.S., the economic data looks dismal.

China, the second-biggest economy in the world, is struggling, to say the least. The real estate sector of the Chinese economy has been facing severe headwinds. A few major real estate developers and lenders in the country have filed for bankruptcy, and that could just be the beginning.

As China’s real estate sector faces headwinds, the country’s export numbers look dire. Consumption within the country is also struggling. Youth unemployment is anemic. This is all happening even with the Chinese government and central banks trying very hard to spur demand.

The eurozone, another major contributor to the global economy, is heading toward something worse.

Germany, the biggest economy in the eurozone, is in a recession, and it doesn’t look like things will get better anytime soon. Manufacturing in the country has suffered immensely over the past year or so. With countries like France and Spain, there’s not much positive news to report, either.

The U.K.’s economy is going haywire, and its outlook is gruesome. That country is going through a period of high inflation and extremely slow economic growth. It wouldn’t be wrong to say the U.K. is experiencing stagflation.

The Canadian economy isn’t doing very well, either. Not too long ago, the Bank of Canada said the country’s economic growth slowed much faster than it had anticipated. There are many headwinds for the Canadian economy.

What’s Ahead for Investors as a Global Recession Brews?

Dear reader, how can the global economy go unhurt when the major economic hubs are struggling? I think a global recession is becoming inevitable at this point. It’s just a matter of when, not if, it will happen.

Now, what does this mean for investors?

To begin with, ignoring the brewing global recession could be a big mistake. If the global economy slows down, a lot could be on the line.

First, companies that have global operations could face pressures. Their sales and profits could tumble.

Second, a slowdown in the world economy could lead to volatility in the currency market. This could further dampen companies’ financial performance. With this, will their stock prices remain the same? It’s hard to think so.

Third, a global recession could put many banks on the line. Slower economic growth could mean more defaults on loans. Ultimately, this would put pressure on the global financial system.

Finally, don’t for a second think that central banks will remain quiet if economies around the world are suffering. They might be forced to cut interest rates to make sure economic conditions don’t get worse. Erratic rate cuts would open another can of worms that we may not be ready for.

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