The stock markets have had an extremely good quarter. Will things continue as they did in 2009, when prices continued to rise? That is not very likely! Because the financial crisis was a crisis of the financial sector, while the real economy was hardly affected at all. That’s why the central banks were able to quickly ease the liquidity problem back then. The Corona crisis of today, however, is primarily a crisis of the real economy. It is therefore more comparable to the crisis in the 1970s (when stock markets fell until 1980). Therefore, despite the “miracle quarter” that has just ended, it is quite possible that the stock markets will go through a scenario more like that of the 1930s.
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