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. Follow him on LinkedIn.
CEO Insider

The world’s first “Flash crisis”

If the developments in the stock markets during the past month could serve as an economic barometer, then the world economy should soon be out of the crisis again- though it will not be that easy. In the financial markets, a so-called "flash crash" may occur, but fortunately, rarely happens....
CEO Insider

India’s Bond Market Hit By COVID-19

The lockdown of India has scared the country's investors so much, that the central bank now has to step in to stabilize some mutual investment funds, and thus, the Indian bond market. As a consequence of the Covid-19 crisis and the financial market turmoil, investors around the world have sold-off...
Stats Gate

The global economy collapses, right now

A few years ago, my wife and I visited an Indian city with a couple of million inhabitants, which was approximately a 4-hour drive from New Delhi. As we approached the city center, the traffic also changed the character to the typical Indian colorful traffic, including its natural hectic. As...
Stats Gate

Angels have fallen in the financial markets

In any crisis, downgrades of creditworthiness will hit a number of companies, which in turn, provide interesting opportunities for investors.  But this time, COVID-19 might also disrupt a good night's sleep for a few finance ministers. Right now, several companies are unfortunately having their credit rating downgraded, but on the...
C-Suite Advisory

Fear still hunts Wall Street

Covid-19 continues to spread fear and volatility in the financial markets, it feels endless at the moment, though one day, it will end. When I first considered how negative the stock markets would react to the Covid-19 over a month ago, I didn’t include a price war in the oil...
CEO Insider

The battle about North Atlantic free trade

The Brexit negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom started the 2nd March, though this will also create pressure to push for transatlantic free trade deals. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he wants a free trade deal between the European Union and the United Kingdom...
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