Like the U.S. economy, the global economy helps to give investors an estimate on potential growth. Indicators such as gross domestic product, unemployment and the consumer price index help investors to gauge potential growth in demand that could drive prices higher for goods and services. Growing demand often equates to rising revenue and a strong stock market whether you are trading stocks in New York, London or Hong Kong. Furthermore, a growing number of companies have an international presence. While sales may look strong within the U.S., a weakening global economy may result in weaker overall results for the firm. Know what’s happening in the global economy by reading our experts’ articles.
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