Historically speaking, normal Fed tightening cycles consist of raising the Fed Funds Rate (FFR) by 350-425bps.
Central banks have been tightening monetary policies and increasing interest rates amid the massive financialization of the global economy.
With a cyclic inflation-deflation behavior seen at the stock market, investors are expecting further increases in global debt tantamount to $237 trillion.
Despite a rise, an expert believes that the slight increase in recent stocks will only contribute to the economic fluctuations leading to a bond collapse.
China, Italy and Germany are the top three countries with the biggest debts, but Italy has the most number of bad loans in Europe.