From Bloomberg, Aug 26, 2015
Take the combined size of all stocks traded in Brazil, Russia, India and South Africa, multiply by two, and you’ll get a sense of how much China’s market value has slumped since the meltdown started.
Bloomberg calculates that China alone has accounted for 41 percent of equity declines worldwide since mid-June.
The scale of China’s stock market drop also exceeds the entire size of the Japanese stock market.
What will be the size of its commercial business drop, given such a large scale loss of investor confidence?
in the same period we already see Brazil hit by a recession as calculated by two successive quarters of slower growth and a negative year over year second quarter economic growth of about 2.5%.
How is this all affecting your strategic planning?
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