Are Global Markets on the Mend?

According to the New York Times today, some economists and market analysts are moving into the realm of the cautiously optimistic:

Garry Evans, Asia strategist at HSBC in Hong Kong, in a note last week said that “history shows that bear markets end when monetary policy is eased aggressively and the banking system is sorted. The former has now happened; the latter may soon. There seem more upside than downside for stocks.”

“We understand the taboo in the U.S. on nationalizing banks, but we see the chances of a comprehensive bailout plan as quite high now,” Mr. Evans added.

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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