Is a new asset bubble emerging in certain markets?
Brian Gaines and
Richmond Fed Economic Brief, 2010, issue Feb, No 10-02
Some economists have argued that recent rallies in certain asset markets ? most notably, commodities and emerging market equities ? represent the emergence of a new bubble fueled by accommodative monetary policy and carry trade activity. There is evidence, though, that the rallies can be explained by strong economic fundamentals in these markets.
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