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Posts Tagged ‘Debt Growth’

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 Prices on a Decline - Is this Good News, or Bad?

Growth in oil consumption has mostly been outside of the US, EU & Japan, in the recent past. China & other emerging market countries kept demand for oil high, fueled by debt growth. This debt growth now seems to be stalling. Commodities such as oil & food are necessities. Why would less be needed? The issue, is affordability.

How China Fooled The World With Fiat

China is the second largest economy in the world & for the last 30 years it’s economy has grown at an astonishing rate, as spending and investment has been undertaken on a scale never seen before in human history. And now they’ve had two technical defaults over the last couple of weeks.

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