The Panama real-estate market is in for a massive surge, according to a recent report from Goldman Sachs.
In a note, the investment bank noted that in the second quarter of this year, the value of the benchmark S&P 500 Index soared by nearly 40 percent.
The S&am index is also up by about 40 percent over the same period.
While Goldman Sachs did not provide specific data to back up its findings, it said that the market was in for an “all-time high” in terms of both valuation and market capitalization, which are the benchmark measures used to calculate how much a company is worth in an investment.
The S&s index is a measure of the value companies have on Wall Street, but is typically based on the earnings of a small number of companies rather than a broader market.
The Goldman Sachs report pointed to the S&ams data as evidence that the real estate markets were “going to explode,” adding that “this was a bubble that was not going to burst.”
“The S &Ps [S& stocks] have been rising very strongly over the past few months, which is quite remarkable,” said James Altucher, chief economist for Altuchers Wealth Management.
“They’re going to be higher than ever,” he added.
The real-time S&ap index has seen its value surge since April, reaching a new record high of $1.26 trillion on Friday.
The index’s value has more than tripled in the last five years.
The real-dollar-earnings ratio has more then doubled.
Investors were looking to get in on the market after the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury Department imposed a $1 trillion asset-price limit on U. S. Treasuries.
Those measures were intended to spur inflation and help spur economic growth.
The measure is now being used as an asset-weighted measure of how much the dollar is worth relative to other currencies.
The global economy is also in a bad spot, and it has suffered a severe global recession in recent years.
According to Bloomberg, the global economy shrank 0.2 percent in the third quarter of 2016.
The recession has continued in recent months, and the global economic growth has been the slowest since the Great Recession of 2007-09.