It seems like every week there's a new development that forces investors to rethink their investment strategies.
This week we will see the initial consequences of the weekend's all-important Group of 20 (G20) meeting. A lot of very important issues are up for debate among the world's top 20 countries, as are policies that will shape the intensity and distribution of global growth in the months and years ahead.
The meeting will be fraught with controversy as each economy is proceeding at its own distinct pace of growth and faces its own set of challenges.
China, which recently showed a superlative 50% year-over-year increase in exports, has run out of excuses to justify its undervalued currency. The country also is facing strong inflationary pressures, which include labor strikes by workers demanding higher pay.
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