As of the end of September, U.S. companies are trading on a price-to-earnings ratio for next year of 20.6, compared to just 11.8 for the U.K., according to Citi. Globally, developed markets are trading at 18.3 times next year’s earnings, according to Citi.
The Bank of England said asset valuations could correct sharply if market participants re-evlauate the prospect for growth, inflation of interest rates. The Bank of England added that risks in leveraged loan markets are continuing to build globally.
MarketWatch Oct. 8, 2021
Financial Policy Summary and Record - October 2021
Bank of England 8 October 2021