10 years on: Where might the next global financial crisis come from?


Originally published at: https://whichinvestmenttrust.com/10-years-on-where-might-the-next-global-financial-crisis-come-from/

Imbalances in the global economy are lower now than before the collapse of Lehman Brothers a decade ago but other risks have emerged. Keith Wade, Schroders Chief Economist, examines the new fault lines that could trigger another crisis. Ten years on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the deepening of the global financial…


One massive risk is still Liquidity, especially in the bond market. Regulators have made this far worse than it was. Unintended consequences are more likely when there is a lack of deep understanding.


Yeah we still don’t know how they are planning on unwinding all those zillions spent buying bonds. That’s why I like owning funds that invest in a little bit of gold like Ruffer or Capital Gearing or the like.

There is still to much debt out there.