Increase in interest rates caused unexpected consequences, which are worsening every quarter raising new concerns about crisis that will affect millions of households around the world.
Danish food producers and international exporters will be obliged to provide more information about their products to the customers.
The difference between current fund rates and the one which would fit to the current economic and financial conditions is significant. Despite fall in consumer confidence some economists argue that outlook for economic growth in global economy is still good.
Some economists predict new low for worldwide markets as anxiety, uncertainty and concerns for the economy under pressure of trade wars will continue increase volatility.
A new economic analysis describes scenarios of likely recession which will hit Australia economy in early 2019.
In the aftermath of the most recent crisis real GDP dropped below the pre-crisis trend, and shows no sign of returning to the trend. Volatility of markets is most probably another consequence which will characterise trade in this decade.