Improvement of trade relations or recession?

In recent times, the word “recession” has become increasingly used in the media and in everyday life, along with the fear of a recession in the economy. Consequently, this fear was an important factor in deciding whether or not to invest money.

The latest data, however, shows that fear is exaggerated, if not superfluous. Indeed, US stock indices are reaching records, and the key news was that the USA and China were just ahead of the conclusion of the first phase of the trade agreement, as they both agreed that the duties introduced in the last year and a half should be abolished. Bloomberg estimates that the probability of a recession in the last 12 months is only 26%.

Therefore, fear of recession should not limit you and prevent you from successful business stories. However, before any investment, we advise you to visit an expert to minimize the risk (even in the event of a recession) and maximize the chance of success.

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