This report is aimed at analyzing financial markets in America (Canada, the United States, Argentina, and Mexico). The report gives us not only a better understanding of international market but also an first attempt to judge market trends. First, we discovered that Canada's overall economy was deeply affected by international crude oil prices. No matterthe stock market, bond market or foreign exchange market, they are all related to oil prices. This report will support this point.
The U.S., with the strongest economic power in the world, all the policies it makes will affect the markets of all countries directly or indirectly. The United States’ various indexes are often the targets of investors’ observations. We made the analysis of the United States. economic fundamentals based on the indexes and also discussed the impacts of various policies on the world. We conclude further whether it is worthwhile to invest in the United States.
Argentina had fallen into a severe economic recession in the early years. However, with the continuous efforts of the government, they implement various capital and loosening of trade policies. The economy of Argentina has gradually recovered, and foreign investment has been successfully attracted in recentyears. Currently, the overall national market conditions are in a new low point finishing area. You can try to make an investment at the relatively low point and derivelong-termbenefits.
Mexico, as the country closest to the United States, it can be said that its economy is deeply affected by the United States’ economy. Many Mexican labors and products are exported to the United States. However, the country still has many problems such as lack of energy and corruption should be solved. Otherwise, the United States’ attitude towards the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is unclear, which undoubtedly adds insult to injury for Mexico. These variables will deter investors. In summary, we have also finalized an investment plan and believe that the U.S. stock market, the Mexican bond market, and the Canadian foreign exchange market are worth investing comparatively.