Economic bubble

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Economic bubble

A market phenomenon characterized by surges in asset prices to levels significantly above the fundamental value of that asset. Bubbles are often hard to detect in real time because there is disagreement over the fundamental value of the asset.
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At the same time, fears that speculative bubbles in cryptocurrencies could drive macroeconomic instability appear overstated.
Like all other speculative bubbles, the fact that prices had risen became confirmation of an otherwise half-baked investment thesis (i.
It's a pure gamble and the speculative bubbles are going to burst some day.
Except: Markets do go into speculative bubbles (just ask anyone who bought a house in 2006).
There is no doubt that disruptive developments in technology leads to speculative bubbles.
Financial crises have been a cause for concern and Minsky (1986) is the economist who conducted the most advanced analysis on speculative bubbles as an integral part of economic cycles.
The objective of the study is to examine possible presence of nonlinear speculative bubbles in the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE).
He has tasked himself with determining whether the Federal Reserve has shown the ability to burst speculative bubbles before they wreak havoc with financial markets and the broader economy.
Ricardo Lagos, New York University and NBER, and Shengxing Zhang, London School of Economics, "Monetary Exchange in Over-the-Counter Markets: A Theory of Speculative Bubbles, the Fed Model, and Self-Fulfilling Liquidity Crises"
The Abu Dhabi and Dubai stock markets have dropped sharply in the past several months as the slide in global oil prices has burst speculative bubbles in equities.
We no longer recognize this world in which we live, the terrible and selfish people who live in speculative bubbles and do not respect the peoples of the nations.
All these speculative bubbles saw rapid growth and wealth creation only to see it eroded when the bubble burst.