The U.S. stock market has been growing strongly this year

The current downturn in the real estate market, observed in various countries, will be the deepest since the global crisis, predicts Deutsche Pfandbriefbank.

Rising interest rates cost the global economy more than $1 trillion only in the office real estate market.

The state of the German economy indicates that new difficulties await it, the agency "Prime" quotes Bloomberg forecast.

The collapse faced by the Chinese real estate sector is heavier than the one that took place in the U.S.

Bank of America pointed out four factors threatening the stock market, reports with reference to Business Insider.

Key stock indices in the U.S. and Europe closed yesterday's trading falling.

Banks from different countries that provide loans in the American real estate market are suffering losses that are only increasing.

The key rate in the US remained unchanged according to the decision of the Federal Reserve, announced after yesterday's meeting.

The market expects the U.S. and European central banks to lower interest rates in the coming months.

Chinese real estate developer Evergrande will be liquidated by a Hong Kong court, reported citing Reuters.

European authorities have turned to the United States in their quest to find a substitute for gas from Russia, which has allowed them to completely abandon it by now.

The public debt of the United States for the first time in history has passed the $34 trillion threshold.

In the near future, a major sell-off in stocks is likely on the part of many traders, as they hold long positions for an impressive amount, according to Goldman Sachs.

The volume of lending in the U.S., according to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, shows a steady decline for the first time since the global crisis.

Recession in Germany, which began last year, will continue in the current year, predicts the head of macroeconomic research department of the Dutch banking group ING Carsten Brzeski.

The stock market will be particularly vulnerable this year due to disinflation and falling yields on U.S. treasuries.

Gold prices on Monday continued to grow after a jump of 1.60% on Friday, which was facilitated by U.S.

Many economists expect explosive growth in the world economy thanks to the development and widespread introduction of artificial intelligence into various aspects of society

The current mood on the stock markets is very reminiscent of January 2022.

If tensions over Taiwan escalate into a full-scale conflict, the world economy, according to Bloomberg calculations.

The United States economy will enter recession next year, predicts UBS.

January futures for iron ore rose to the maximum price since the middle of last year - at the auction in Singapore quotations exceeded $140.

China's economy is unlikely to return to pre-pandemic levels, according to the Conference Board organization.

Statistics on the UK economy published on Friday clearly indicate that the country is approaching recession.

The expected decline in interest rates in 2024 may stimulate growth in gold - it, along with rising inflation, will increase investor demand for precious metal to hedge risks.

The main U.S. stock indices on Tuesday went into decline after rising for several weeks. At the end of trading, Dow Jones lost 1.27%, S&P 500 - 1.47%, Nasdaq - 1.50%.

Goldman Sachs revised its forecast on oil prices, reducing them by $10 - to $70 - 90 per barrel.

Next year, the stock market may face serious risks - a recession in the United States, the bursting of the country's debt bubble and a fall due to overvalued stocks.

Gold next year, perhaps, will grow much faster than silver, amid the weakening U.S. economy and the likelihood of a global recession.

The US Federal Reserve left the key rate unchanged for the third time in a row, follows from its official press release.

Inflation in the United States in November remained at the level of the previous month - 3.1%, which coincided with analysts' forecasts.

There is growing confidence among market participants that central banks in the U.S. and Europe will start the new year by easing monetary policy due to falling inflation.

The wave of growth on European stock exchanges was replaced by a decline - the main indices closed in the negative.

Saxo Bank has published a set of "shock"-forecasts for the next year under the title "The End of the Road".

December will be a difficult month for the U.S. stock market, which is to blame for the high volatility of government bond yields.

The growth of gross national income in the United States is lagging far behind the dynamics of GDP - the difference at the moment is the maximum since the global crisis, Macquarie warns.

OPEC has decided to reduce oil production by 2.2 million bpd in the first quarter of next year.

The OECD has worsened its forecast for global GDP growth at the end of this year from 3% to 2.9%.

American and European stock indices started the week without much enthusiasm, closing with a fall.

Last week gold finished above $2000 per troy ounce. Quotes showed growth for the second week in a row against the backdrop of falling dollar exchange rate.

OpenAI researchers have discovered dangerous advances in AI that could pose a threat to society.

The cost of nickel fell to its lowest value in more than 2 years amid a noticeable increase in the volume of supplies from Indonesia, reports.

Gold returned to the $2000 per troy ounce mark, rising by 1.01% to $2000.20 on Tuesday, according to Comex exchange data.

The main U.S. stock indices ended Monday with growth in anticipation of the minutes of the meeting of the Federal Reserve.

After the recent report on inflation in the United States, Bank of America believes that the Fed will not continue to raise the key rate.

Market participants are preparing for a number of important events this week.

Holding Berkshire Hathaway, headed by legendary investor Warren Buffett, has been betting on the sale of shares for a year.

The main US stock indices ended Friday's trading on a positive note, which was facilitated by the publication of the employment report in the country.

On Wednesday, the US Federal Reserve left the key rate unchanged, which coincided with the expectations of analysts and investors.

The main factor contributing to the growth of share prices, the income of large companies combined with a reduction in consumer spending will weaken due to the increased key rate.

According to the forecast of Bank of America, next year in the United States will be a recession.

Low indicators of business activity in the euro zone indicate that Europe may have entered recession, notes Bloomberg agency.

The main U.S. stock indices mostly declined on Monday - Dow Jones and S&P 500 lost 0.58% and 0.17% respectively, Nasdaq rose by 0.27%.

JP Morgan has given its clients advice on the distribution of assets in the investment portfolio.

According to Citigroup, metals will continue to fall in price over the next 12 months, due to a drop in demand for them in the world.

Key U.S. stock indices closed in the plus ahead of the publication of financial statements of major companies this week.

The cost of gold last week rose by more than 5%, showing the best dynamics since March.

Times are extremely difficult for investments in risky assets, including stocks, due to the precarious financial situation of the United States and the aggravation of the geopolitical situation.

Demand for gold rose on the background of the armed clash between Israel and the terrorist group Hamas, which began last weekend.

Analysts see prospects for gold prices to rise after the Fed completes its rate hike cycle. Relevant opinions were voiced during the FT Mining Summit.

The number of initial applications for unemployment benefits in the United States, according to the statistics released yesterday, in September increased by 2 thousand, amounting to 207 thousand.

The CBOE Volatility Index (ticker: VIX) rose to its highest level since late May. On Tuesday it exceeded the mark of 20, yesterday it rolled back to 18.58.

Positive data on the U.S. labor market, released on Tuesday, intensified the sell-off of U.S. treasuries.

Gas production at the largest gas field in Europe, located in the Dutch city of Gronningen, has been stopped.

Gold prices, which have been declining recently on the back of the strengthening dollar, have reached a six-month low.

The U.S. economy is threatened by a number of factors, with the combination of which it may not be able to cope, writes the Wall Street Journal.

Major U.S. stock indices declined at the end of last week - Dow Jones lost 1.9%, S&P 500 - 2.9%, Nasdaq - 3.6%, breaking through several key support levels, reports Yahoo.