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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.
coronavirus Covid-19 virus
Executive Insider

The global economy is too strong to die from Covid-19

The Covid-19 virus is now spreading across the world, and so is the fear in the stock markets, but investors risk being caught in an irrational trap. I will allow myself to start with a warning to the stock markets. This season, 160 to 200 people in Germany alone are...
CEO Insider

US election campaign will rock markets

In the US, the primary election race has begun, which normally doesn’t affect the financial markets significantly, but this time, Wall Street will react stronger than normal on the election campaigns. The US presidential election race has now really kicked-off, with the Democrats' primary elections in the first two states...
Mantralaya, Mumbai, India
CEO Agenda

India’s fiscal budget disappoints

There is always an excitement whenever India’s fiscal budget is approved, and this year, the stock exchange even had to open on a Saturday, but party mood quickly faded out. On Saturday, the 1st of February, the stock exchange in Mumbai extraordinarily had to open for trading, as the parliament...
Shanghai China
Executive Insider

Cement in the Chinese growth engine

Around the world, the fading economic growth is a challenge, including China, though something indicates that the Chinese government is already trying to reverse the trend. The macroeconomic data from China has been surprisingly positive lately, particularly that the private manufacturing sector signals progress, which was quite unexpected. The Caixin...
London commercial district, UK
CEO Insider

Heavy 2020 spending in Northern Europe

Europe’s largest economy, and the fourth largest in the world, Germany, has been in a zero-growth situation for most of the year. This, despite that the country’s unemployment rate is at a historical low and The European Central Bank is supporting the economy with an extreme quantitative monetary policy. Further,...
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