FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - Main economies seem to be coming out of the recession tunnel as, by most accounts, we have left behind the worst part of the economic downturn, although Asraf Ladi, Chief Strategist at CMC Markets, warns about weak consumer spending weighing economic growth.

According to Laidi, government money lent to banks is not reaching consumers yet: Central banks are injecting liquidity, taking care of the market side of the story, although, unfortunately, money lent to banks is not reaching, yet, people's pockets.

Furthermore, with consumers concerned by rising unemployment and foreclosures, the problem will be consumption failing to sustain economy the way government money is doing it: : With unemployment figures growing and foreclosures lurking, in economies so much consumer-driven as U.S. or UK, the risk is that the consumer might not be able to do for economy what traders are doing for stock markets.