Eisenhower invaded the Mediterranean to try to strengthen the US position—to protect Israel or itself in the Middle East? An attempt was made to strengthen the opinion of the United States: on two keys, the US defends Israel or defends itself in the Middle East. How can the United States lower the tension? He told Netanyahu not to escalate where it has worsened with Turkey by saying that he has lost his sanity.
From there, JP Morgan warned that Israel’s economy will shrink by 11% as the war in Gaza intensifies. It means asking for money, which includes public spending and leads to debt-induced inflation. Not only in Israel but around the world, instead of choosing “butter,” they chose “tanks.” Thus, central banks are looking to the Middle East. Powell and Lagarde look at how to manage a world that is on its way to becoming inflationary again.
On the other hand, in Turkey and Iran, Erdogan warned Ebrahim Raisi, president of Iran, that his sanity would return and that what happened in Gaza was not the same. The entry of the aircraft carrier Eisenhower into the Mediterranean also acts as a breaking of a red line. Iran has assured that it will not heed US warnings about whether or not to intervene in Israel’s conflict in Palestine. That’s why the market works in a certain way now: with a movement of gold until 2000, while oil falls because the Strait of Hormuz remains open.
Iran’s warnings involve only one movement, according to the market: that there is no increase but a deepening of the conflict, with more to come. Despite the warnings that Iran did not listen to, the market understands that there is no progress but a deepening. However, the investor understands that there is more that needs to happen for improvement and a crisis in the market.
The American aircraft carrier Dwight D. Eisenhower has been spotted in the Mediterranean Sea. There are now two American aircraft carriers, but six Chinese. In an environment where nation-states have once again replaced supranational entities, EDF would have done away with replacing the popular will.
It also shows a snapshot of the world’s two main powers, China, which is demanding a ceasefire, and the US, which shows how they can continue to observe the actions of the leading power in this environment. The world of geoeconomics is over; we return to the prominence of geopolitics.
Finally, Russia threatened to confiscate European assets if Brussels allocated Russian funds to Ukraine. In the context of the “old” world, Rutte, the Dutch Prime Minister, is running for NATO in an environment where he believes it is time for change but prefers to be led by a woman. In a world in crisis due to war conflicts, leaders are thinking about changes in their seats. Thus, Rutte encouraged Von der Leyen to go to NATO and commit himself to his position.