The two economic giants are likely to face sooner or later an economic, trade, and geopolitical spat given the multipolar shift in power and influence of these leading economies and global powerhouses. The trajectory of debt, increases in financial uncertainty, economic and political interdependence, and rise to outperform the other nation on innovation, technological edge, and global influence will probably lead to more complexity and uncertainty in the future of both nations in the future and in the global economic growth and financial stability.

Pezzuto, I., China and the US Fed: Leading the World Toward Extreme Volatility?, <<INTERNATIONAL BANKER>>, 2015; 2015 (Autumn): 40-47 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/129263]

China and the US Fed: Leading the World Toward Extreme Volatility?

Ivo Pezzuto
2015

Abstract

The two economic giants are likely to face sooner or later an economic, trade, and geopolitical spat given the multipolar shift in power and influence of these leading economies and global powerhouses. The trajectory of debt, increases in financial uncertainty, economic and political interdependence, and rise to outperform the other nation on innovation, technological edge, and global influence will probably lead to more complexity and uncertainty in the future of both nations in the future and in the global economic growth and financial stability.
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Pezzuto, I., China and the US Fed: Leading the World Toward Extreme Volatility?, <>, 2015; 2015 (Autumn): 40-47 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/129263]
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