Markets remained generally upwards as tensions between the US and China rose following China’s military exercises this week in Taiwan’s coastal waters.

Markets were up on earnings and easing rate rise expectations, but rising energy prices in Europe may lead to recession.

US stock markets rallied this past week due to largely good earning reports while Europe burned from a heatwave and political turmoil 

We look at what has happened in the world of global economics and finance over the past quarter and what events and actions may affect markets over Q3 2022.

Investors face rising market turmoil as inflation continues to soar, supply chains remain constrained, and recession risks increase.

Russia faces an energy ban, inflation hits highs, risks to the global economy solidify, and an expected slowdown in corporate earnings growth wobbles market confidence.

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