PRN: Business Monitor International Report Highlights the Risks of a Double-dip Recession

Business Monitor International Report Highlights the Risks of a Double-dip Recession [22-August-2011] LONDON, August 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Business Monitor International (BMI) has released its latest special report, "Market Meltdown: Global Economy On The Edge" evaluating the major risks to the world economy arising from the recent slump in global stock prices and rise in vulnerable government bond yields.

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Luoghi Europa, Asia, Giappone, Londra, Stati Uniti d'America, Yugoslavia, Regno Unito
Organizzazioni About Business Monitor International, Partito Radicale, Standard & Poor's
Argomenti finanza, economia, impresa

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Business Monitor International Report Highlights the Risks of a Double-dip Recession

 
[22-August-2011]
 

LONDON, August 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --

Business Monitor International (BMI) has released its latest special report, "Market Meltdown: Global Economy On The Edge" evaluating the major risks to the world economy arising from the recent slump in global stock prices and rise in vulnerable government bond yields.

With the Eurozone affected by the on-going sovereign debt crises, the US faced with debt concerns after losing its AAA credit rating, and Japan still suffering from the consequences of March's earthquake, the global economy is threatened by a risk of another recession.

On August 5 2011, Standard & Poor's (S&P) lowered its long-term sovereign credit rating for the United States to AA+ from AAA, while maintaining a negative outlook. Prior to S&P's announcement, poor Q211 GDP data and revisions to the GDP series going back to 2010 had a significant impact on the US economic outlook. The report focuses on the recent market developments, outlines revisions to BMI's US growth forecasts and provides insight into the US ratings downgrade. Furthermore it examines a possibility of a double-dip recession in the US.

BMI also analyses the implications of the Eurozone debt crisis for European politics, financial market strategies and the European banking sector. Considering market scepticism over the sustainability of the Eurozone, the current crises represent the biggest test for European institutions since the collapse of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, and one with far graver economic implications.

Moreover, "Market Meltdown: Global Economy On The Edge" assesses the contagion risks of the eurozone and US crises for Asia; from banking sector exposure, the stress on states with weak fiscal positions, and the impact on China's economy and the rest of the region should global trade flows be disrupted by a weakening US dollar, or lower import demand from the US and Europe.

BMI's unique combination of global macro-economic forecasting, industry knowledge and long track-record of emerging markets forecasting enables global investors, strategists and decision-makers across the corporate spectrum to identify key market opportunities and avoid market risks wherever they operate.

About Business Monitor International:

Business Monitor International (BMI) established in 1984 with headquarters in London is recognised as a leading independent source for analysis and forecasts on Country Risk and Industry, spanning 175 countries. BMI provides research to multinational corporations, banks, funds, research centres and governments in 140 countries around the world, including more than 400 of the Fortune Global 500 companies.

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