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.
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US stock market is no threat to consumption

A downturn in the American economy will hurt the US stock markets, but a sell-off on Wall Street won’t necessarily damage the American GDP growth quite as much– it’s another sign of changing macroeconomic dynamics. It is well-known that since the global financial crisis, the American GDP growth has been...
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Investors Don’t Have To Fear Next Year

Many investors remain surprisingly cautious about the outlook for 2020, despite a growing number of arguments that are more positive. Two weeks ago, I spoke at a conference for institutional investors, and it once again surprised me how nervous many investors are concerning the risks for the global economy next...
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Good news ahead for investors

Investors will be faced with more disappointing economic data in the coming months, though it will force governments to increase fiscal spending, much to the joy of investors and the financial markets. The monthly economic report from the German central bank was released last Monday, 21st October, with a particular...
European Central Bank
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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...
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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...
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“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...
CEO Advisory

Global Debt Is Not A Problem

The investor’s trust in the monetary policy is fading, and the fear for a price bubble in the bond market is increasing, which is equal to rising volatility. On the 12th September, the European Central Bank (ECB) cut the interest rate once again, and at the same time, announced more...
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