Alasdair says that developments between Middle-Eastern nations and China are ushering in big changes to the global economy. Here’s the details…
Alasdair Macleod provides an update on the status of the credit markets around the worlds. Alasdair says we are reaching the end of the current credit cycle.
Conversation then shifts to the U.S. dollar and inflation, where Alasdair’s forecast shows an increase in inflation over the course of 2018.
But considering developments on a global, macro level, Alasdair sees inflation picking up not just in the U.S. but in the entire world.
The culmination of all those factors are leading the world into the next credit crisis, and the central banks around the world will then change course and bring on more QE, according to Alasdair.
The developments around the globe are leading up to a massive, global shift in geo-politics in economics where we are moving on to the post petro-dollar era, and Alasdair says that China can no longer put off their oil-for-yuan contract. Alasdair says this is the natural course of global economics anyway.
From there, the conversation shifts into gold, and a dive into the fundamental, game-changing developments in the gold market.
Hear this timely interview in its entirety below: