How Retrogation will Effect World Economy

The retrogation of Saturn on April 30 till September 17, 2019, having Ketu along with it will make the history repeat itself of the recession hitting the world economy of 2008.

Published: 05th May 2019 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd May 2019 10:26 PM   |  A+A-

The retrogation of Saturn on April 30 till September 17, 2019, having Ketu along with it will make the history repeat itself of the recession hitting the world economy of 2008. After Lehman brothers’ scam, Saturn in 2008 burned the economy of the world, being in Leo at that time.

Now with Ketu alongside, crude will be very high, because of which everything will go haywire. We can expect brent crude around 85 dollars plus. Jupiter being in Scorpio, which is in the flow of money for gold, will thus see a rise in the investment of Gold and we can expect 40,000 level from the current level.

Saturn retrogation with Ketu will slow down the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of world because of unnatural incidents happening around. Saturn, Ketu and Mars in opposite in mid-May onwards will show the signs of recession and job loss as well as more foreign investor investing in Gold and crude, pharma and metals. Mars and Saturn opposition is not good for common man as it will raise the demand, but supply will be less and therefore price hike can be expected in the coming 60 days.

June onwards, Saturn and Ketu, opposed by sun will be the most unfavourable period for the economy of the world and people will be agitated by their respective governments. Some bank NPA can also be there, therefore making it evident that Saturn is going to give tough time in retrogation till September. Pacifying Saturn is easy for personal protection. Feeding ten blind males or giving antibiotics to poor people will give respite. 

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