Crude oil prices are still under pressure after a volatile Chinese stock market trade and a big miss by BP. BP reported a loss of $5.8 billion dollars in the second quarter as oil prices plummeted and lost revenue.
While many have been waiting years for the China bubble to burst it seems that maybe that time is here, or at least that is what the commodity markets are telling us. Just when it seemed that commodities were ready to rebound we saw one of the world's biggest hedge funds, and outspoken China bull change, its tune.
Since the onset of the credit crisis central banks around the globe have used extraordinary means to keep an over-levered global economy afloat. It may have worked best here in the United States but many market observers see signs of trouble. Here we present 10 reasons for their concerns.