Is U.S in Danger of Another Economic Powers?
U.S. is in the uncertainty of a possible recession, that makes the pace down considerably economy.
It is clear that the crisis in U.S. affect the rest of the world but on a smaller scale, the countries most affected will be those of US trading partners may however face because of their differences in trade policy.
There is something very interesting that these countries are economic powers have many big investors who see at the moment a US as a great opportunity to do business.
What I see is many foreign investors in US and that while some financial institutions are maintained despite the other crises are in danger and ultimately fucionarce or be sold.
Shareholders United States do not believe and are very concerned about their investment that in this moment little to make an effort in seeking a solution to the crisis.
Thats is what I believe. I would like some opinions about this. Thank.
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