Week Ahead: Fresh Catalysts Could Trigger Added Equity Market Volatility | Investing.com

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China’s Evergrande remains a threat to global markets Analysts warn of market weakness ahead of historically most volatile month of the year Expect markets to remain at last week's levels of raised through at least the Sept. 30 government if the US Senate vote on Monday doesn't enable the suspension of the debt ceiling. Should the motion not pass, it could force a government shutdown at the end of the month, weighing on stocks. Still, even if US lawmakers are able to avert a shutdown, additional global equity market risk remains in play, fueled by China's heavily indebted real estate developer Evergrande (HK:) (OTC:). The company a key, dollar-denominated, bond coupon payment on Thursday, leaving global investors even more jittery about the chances of a collapse of the Shenzhen-based property company—which many believe could start a cascading stock market tsunami. A third potential market-mover could be Fedspeak, as Chairman Jerome Powell will testify before Congress o
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