The Economist explains why markets are so jittery, considering world GDP is growing at about 5%...

|By:, SA News Editor
The Economist explains why markets are so jittery, considering world GDP is growing at about 5% - far swifter than most expected: "The world is nervous for good reason. Although the fundamentals are reasonably good, the judgment of politicians is often unreasonably bad. Right now that is what poses the biggest risk to the world economy."