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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Peter Lundgreen

Peter Lundgreen

Peter Lundgreen is the founding CEO of Lundgreen’s Capital, the leading independent advisor to Danish municipalities. He is armed with a solid 30-year experience in the finance industry and has been sharing his financial and economic know-how through finance advisory over the past decades. Although based in Denmark, Peter’s expertise transcends the European financial zone and market as he was able to successfully create a high level of proficiency and competency over major global economies and financial markets, particularly in China. Peter Lundgreen is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine.
European Central Bank
CEO Insider

ECB– A lost central bank

During the past two weeks, a storm has hit the European Central Bank (ECB). The minutes from the Governing Council meeting show that there is a growing dispute about the monetary policy set by one of the world’s most important central banks. Former and very high-ranking members of the Governing...
CEO Insider

Giant fintech market in shake-up

China’s central bank, People’s Bank of China (PBoC) mulls a shake-up of the mobile payment sector, which can have a huge impact. Those who have visited China most probably noticed immediately that everybody uses a QR code on their mobile phone for any kind of payment. In China, this mobile...
CEO Insider

“Poli talks” continue as investor headache

Many investors dream about having less of the tough political rhetoric and macroeconomic interference, but the reality looks different. Very respectable and fine organisations like The International Monetary Fund (IMF) have throughout the year revised their global GDP growth forecasts lower. The reason is not just a downswing in economic...
Shanghai, China
Stats Gate

China Is Ready To Escalate The Trade War

Despite the latest positive signs, no one really knows where the US-China trade war is heading, but neither the global nor China's economy is suffering as much as feared. China's economy currently surprises more positively than negatively, which was probably not the intuitive expectation when considering the consequences of the...
CEO Journal

India flirts with international investors

India has apparently considered to issue its first international bond ever, and perhaps the government's grip on the central bank's money box last week was part of the preparations. Back in July, the senior government official Subhash Chandra Garg, from the Finance Ministry of India, mentioned to the press that...
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