This year the financial markets have been up in arms about the bullish rise that may potentially come to an end after the monetary policy espoused by various nations across the world. The financial world seems to be in a very ambiguous state, wherein lies a fair amount of uncertainty. The economic markets and various countries economic ratings seem to be too hard to predict as to what could possibly happen next. Ever since the stability of the early 90’s, the world hit one of the roughest financial patches since the Great Depression.
Ever since the global financial crisis, markets have been far too wild to decipher. The ups and downs in the market have been on the extreme ends of the spectrum leaving economists and financial experts confused as to what exactly could happen next. Many speculations and market predictions are often going disastrously wrong with various unforeseen circumstances. This has made the world of finance a very unpredictable place. Due to these specific reasons, not many are able to predict the next boom or bust product, market or even the era.
The close and cold neighbor nation of Japan is also terribly hit by the ill fate of the national economy. Japan announced a negative interest rate cut as part of its monetary policy. In spite of some of the best Japanese economists working at a solution, it seems far-fetched and virtually impossible. As the Japanese scurry for an answer in these troubling times, the economy is too weak, and many experts fear that having a negative interest rate in just a slippery slope form which recovery is nearly impossible.