(NaturalNews) Despite the recent rebound in stock values following a major plunge caused by China’s currency devaluation and resultant market losses, a number of notable economists and distinguished investors say the worst is yet to come – and it could be catastrophic.
As reported by the The Sovereign Investor web site, billionaire Carl Icahn is among those who have recently tossed red flags into the air. Icahn recently declared in a national interview, “The public is walking into a trap again as they did in 2007.” Continue reading
Countries in the developing world are drastically reducing their euro holdings as economic instability in Europe leads them elsewhere to stock their currency reserves. Euro holdings are at their lowest level in a decade, according to the International Monetary Fund.
That is the message to be gleaned from the latest installment of the regular International Monetary Fund report on currency reserves held by countries around the world. According to the report, developing economies shed some $45 billion worth of euros in 2012 and have sold close to $90 billion worth of euros since the second quarter of 2011. Continue reading