Speculative Bubble

A speculative bubble is a sharp& steep rise in asset prices such as shares, bonds, housing, commodities or crypto-currencies The bubble is usually fueled by high levels of speculative demand which takes prices well above fundamental values The housing markets of many countries have exhibited speculative bubbles frequently over the years, perhaps the best example being the sub-prime housing boom in the United States widely regarded as one of the root causes of the Global Financial Crisis.

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