Remember the financial crisis in 2008? Well, he's back. Financial disaster, which began seven years ago with the US mortgage crisis, according to a team of analysts Goldman Sachs, entered the third phase.
This wave is characterized by the rapid collapse of commodity prices, the economic slowdown in China and other developing countries, as well as low global inflation, analysts say one of the world's largest investment bank Goldman Sachs, led by Peter Oppenheimer.
This so-called "third wave" was the result of the first two waves of the global financial crisis - the collapse of the banking system and the European sovereign debt crisis.
In response to the debt crisis of the first two all central banks have rushed to lower interest rates, encouraging investors to provide loans to countries with emerging economies such as China, for example.
Now, it seems, these previously reduced interest rates rise, the lenders are sent to the output, and investors leave the goods, which are closely linked to the fate of developing countries.
When central banks in advanced economies begin to talk about raising interest rates, rates on safer assets, government bonds, should also grow.
Investors not wanting to take risks, move their money from emerging markets, which complicates the process of refinancing companies in developing countries, to fund large-scale projects with debt is becoming more expensive, and slow down the pace of the global economy.
According to the materials WELTRADE