The overall financial market is still strongly focused on several negative developments in many economies around the world, but investors must always be aware when everyone in the financial markets is looking in the same direction.
The European Central Bank is behind in hiking interest rates, though more work might arise since spontaneous energy crises can also create unexpected hyperinflation periods during the rest of this decade.
The financial markets are currently experiencing highly dramatic interest rate increases from the US central bank Fed, though without panic thus far, but in the background is a continuously developing global macroeconomic split.
The new German government has finally come into place and is now starting its work, this is unlikely to cause the financial markets to shudder right now, but some southern European countries are probably more tense.
The Covid-19 crisis caused a significant drop in income for many households around the world, but at some point, the journey towards the middle class will revert again - probably in even more countries than before.