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The political disruption going on in Europe could be a defining moment of 2019. But while it might push stocks prices around (in the short-term), you shouldn’t let it dictate where you invest in the new year.
Now Macron wants to make up. He now knows it was silly to tax the poor. And he’s got a solution to make it all better. But it won’t.
If you remember, the mainstream was in an uproar when Trump decided to exit the Paris Agreement. During his campaign, Trump said exiting would help American businesses and workers.
Clearly, the conflict between these two world superpowers is ratcheting higher. All eyes will be on Buenos Aires, where the G20 meeting will kick off in less than 10 days.
This month the price of uranium reached US$27.30 a pound. Historically speaking, uranium prices have proved fickle, from its peak to trough range of US$143 May 2007 to US$7.10 in December 2000 respectively.The spot price of uranium remained relatively volatile throughout this year.
As we all know the British public say ‘YES’ to Brexit. This result shocked a lot of people. Actually it really just shocked middle and upper class people from London. Everyone else in the country was sick of being the EU’s whipping boy and they wanted their Britain back.
If crisis hits again, people will flee the traditional system. They'll realise the current system isn’t as safe as they think. They’ll want something else. And crypto will be there, ready, waiting for them.
Companies such as Qantas Airways Ltd [ASX:QAN] and Webjet Ltd [ASX:WEB], are trading around all time highs. When we relate that with what’s happening with US leisure stocks, and European luxury goods, the question you then ask yourself is, does any of this suggest an imminent recession?
It’s bad times for a lot of EU citizens and the banks in general. And it highlights the fact that the fall-out from the global financial crisis is still very much with us today.