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CryptoYoda 7 Feb 18
when you are deep in debt, the way out of this misery is to pay off that debt, not to take further and further loans to pay off the old debt, while accumulating new debt at a even more rapid rate. oh wait, the money to pay back never existed in the first place!
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Emre Tiftik 16 Jan 19
Our views on ..Thanks for this great piece The World Is Drowning in Debt via
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Lance Roberts Mar 30
Stimulus from the world's now totals 2.5% of global at a time with was running 3x to GDP. Will it be enough?
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Sunil Malhotra Dec 2
Always wondered who the world keeps borrowing from. is fiction.
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Michael A. Gayed, CFA Jan 15
Global debt stood at a staggering $253 trillion at the end of Q3 2019. Estimates by the Institute of International Finance show that the debt might rise further to $257 trillion in Q1 2020. This is not going to end well.
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Communist Party Irl Mar 9
in crisis. The growing crisis of the system beginning to become clearer. March issue of Socialist Voice. a significant triger.
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Besi ✪ May 29
By the end of 2020 global will have likely soared by at least $13 trillion.
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Lars Pellinat 22 May 18
On & "no debt" I like this:
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Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) 15 Feb 18
Want to learn and understand more about global debt? Read the intro Andreas has co-written on the subject.
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M/I_Investments Jan 15
The debt ~is~ the growth. At 330% debt-to-global-GDP, ann'l interest costs alone wipes out/negates all incremental GDP growth. Only 20% of incremental new GDP growth ever comes back in the form of new taxes to offset growing interest🤔
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Michael A. Gayed, CFA Mar 8
The ratio of global debt to GDP has risen to new highs of 322%, according to the Institute of International Finance. The coronavirus outbreak will only make it worse. Is the world on the cusp of a debt crisis?
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IIF Jan 22
reached an all-time high of 322% of GDP (nearly $253 trillion) in Q3 2019. See more in the latest Global Debt Monitor:
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Constantin Gurdgiev Mar 9
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Dr Julia Coronado 30 Sep 18
one of my economist talking to us about why the crisis was so severe (synchronicity, currency union rigidities) and what risks are on the horizon
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OCR Geography 4 Feb 19
IMF's new global debt database provides a more detailed understanding of 190 countries debt
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BlackRock Sep 19
Elga Bartsch, Head of macro research, discusses how the favorable environment for fiscal policy should persist–yet cautions that levels are already at record highs.
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TheNvsibleHand[FOREVER ➞₿🔑] Nov 8
If you are holding only Fiat Monopoly 💲 You will lose Get Prepared You have choices to protect yourselves
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Unocoin 19 Apr 18
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IIF Jan 23
Global refinancing needs stand at over $19 trillion in 2020 as levels hit new records. For more on : Global Debt Monitor ➡️ Weekly Insight ➡️
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IIF Mar 13
IIF Monitor in : "Global corporate debt (ex. financial firms) has risen from 84% of gdp in 2009 to 92% in 2019, reckons the Institute of International Finance. The ratio has risen in 33 of the 52 countries it tracks."
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