2021: Likely "Most Significant Year EVER" for Financial Markets
by Editorial Staff
Updated: April 16, 2021
It’s a little-known fact that back in 1929…
...it wasn't the stock market meltdown in New York that ushered in the Great Depression.
A full month earlier, stocks on the London Stock Exchanged tumbled hard, giving a "preview" of things to come.
What about today? What could you learn about global markets' next move by looking at Europe?
A lot, actually.
Let us show you what we're talking about inside our latest, February European Financial Forecast. And if you watch global trends, our new Global Market Perspective updates you with forecasts for 50+ of the world's most-watched markets, including Europe.
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