Turkey, India, Mexico: Tectonic plates shift in the Global South – Asia Times

Turkey, India, Mexico: Tectonic plates shift in the Global South - Asia Times

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The 1990s are calling – They want their yen again

According to David P. Goldman, the collapse of the Japanese yen has caused homes to become more wealthy. Despite issues, it is doubtful that Japan’s withdrawal of US Treasury assets will have a significant impact on US yields.

Uncertainty and right-wing bias are good in EU votes.

Major geopolitical shifts are unlikely, according to Diego Faßnacht, as key right-wing leaders lean toward a transatlantic arrangement. However, a centrist change is anticipated at the European Parliamentary elections.

Russia’s demand for lower electricity prices is pushed by China.

According to James Davis, reports about Russian-Chinese strength deals need to be carefully evaluated. China benefits from making the suggestion that it does n’t fully support Russia while urging for cheaper energy and requesting payment of Russian domestic rates.

Japan is a low-income nation with declining real money.

According to Scott Foster, the dollar’s loss of over 50 % against the US dollar since January 2021 has made Japan less appealing to foreigners and made its labour shortage worse. With nominal interest charge adjustments, the outlook’s economic outlook is further hampered by this.