Geld Zug: MAURICE & KING JULIEN OF MADAGASCAR’S ”EMERGING MARKETS”

Geld Zug: MAURICE & KING JULIEN OF MADAGASCAR’S ”EMERGING MARKETS”

In the Dreamworks movie “Madagascar 2”, there are many parent-intended lines uttered by the Lemur King Julien. One of his best is when they are leaving the African island of Madagascar on a plane, flown by the Penguins, bound for New York City. King Julien of Madagascar (self proclaimed) wants to know why people from the other end of the plane keep coming into the first class section;   “Maurice, whatever happened to the separation of the classes?”. The new Chief Economist of the IMF, Maurice Obsfeltd, answers this question in a recent report and the findings all lead back to New York City indeed; the Federal Reserve. A pending US interest rate rise is going to separate the developed and emerging economies in a way that may lead to unforeseen circumstances… [Continue Reading]

2015-10-15T19:25:46+00:00 October 15th, 2015|