US economy surges and stock markets are at an all-time high. However, many analysts point to the fact that this might be a bobble ready to burst.
While the DOW and S&P500 closed at an all-time high this Monday it involves great risk investing in the US. However, several major players, such as Apple, continue to show good numbers so maybe the US economy is not that shaky after all.
Dollar at a high level
The Dollar continues to remain at a high level. There is still considerable tension with Russia and the oil is cheap, but has recovered somewhat. Even though the Dollar has stabilized, it seems that it will continue to rise for a while before plummeting.
The change could happen this Friday with information on nonfarm payrolls for the United States. Simply put – the job situation in the United States. You can read more about it on Wikipedia.
This plays a significant role in both the US dollar index rates and how it goes on the European stock markets afterwards. We are all dependent on trade agreements with the United States.