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5 Trends That Are Shredding the Global Economy

In the wake of the Global Financial Meltdown of 2008-2009, central banks launched monetary stimulus programs aimed at pumping money into the economy. The stated goals of these stimulus programs were 1) boost employment and 2) generate enough inflation to stave off deflation, which is generally viewed as the cause of financial depressions.

Oil May Drop To $25 On Chinese Demand Plunge, Supply Glut, Ageing Boomers

Our view is that oil prices are likely to continue falling to $50/bbl and probably lower in H1 2015, in the absence of OPEC cutbacks or other supply disruption. Critically, China’s slowdown under President Xi’s New Normal economic policy means its demand growth will be a fraction of that seen in the past.

Why Central Bank Stimulus Cannot Bring Economic Recovery

The Central banks of the world are engaged in a futile effort to stimulate economic recovery through an expansion of fiat money credit. Rather than stimulate the economy, central bank credit expansion causes capital destruction and a lower standard of living in the future than would have been the case otherwise.

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