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EconomicTimes May 22
"Ten years after the , economists and investors are questioning all of their old assumptions"
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Lifted Finance Consulting Ltd 20h
If you’re feeling that your financial crisis is a form of personal failure, remind yourself that many people are in this situation as well. The situation itself is not a failure on your part, & working through it only demonstrates your strength!
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John De Vito 13h
We shouldn’t make the same mistake during the that we made during the . The executives at companies responsible for killing the American people need to be put in handcuffs. We can do that with existing laws.
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Joseph Frusci 13h
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BBVA Research May 22
🇺🇸| Although cyclical headwinds continue to build, by July🗓️, the will have surpassed the previous record for the longest modern , reaching 121 months since the end of the 📉.
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Abhinav May 18
: There was a surge in this type of after the 2008 crashed real estate . Typical areas where funds are deployed are real estate and real estate trusts (REIT).
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Labour for a Just World May 15
Want to see a day when this parasitical shit is shamed out of existence? Meyohas has said he set up in wake of , when tradional banks withdrew lending, as he saw an opportunity to charge higher fees
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Nafis Alam 5h
The of world rate at which balances become has been rising, and coincides with an increase in younger borrowers entering the credit card market
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Crypto Kanoon May 21
The world is dominated by two giant's who are now Face 2 Face in one of the worst trade conflict ever. Stack your as we predicted 2020 is just around the corner.
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A Crisis Wasted May 21
"The economy could suffer as bank regulators forget lessons from the 2007-2009 financial crisis, the Government Accountability Office warned in a new report today." -
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B. Lehman May 22
Replying to @HOOISJG
2/ How many sacred totems of can be destroyed before is no longer considered relevant? 1st, the post 2009 monetary policy initiatives shattered 75yrs of doctrine.
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Dionyssis G. Dimitrakopoulos May 18
If anyone thinks otherwise at least in relation to Tony Blair’s case, they would benefit from finding out what he said right after the onset of the
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Creative Investment Research 14h
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The News Geeks May 19
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B. Lehman May 20
Replying to @FWIWmacro
PPPS: The 2009 , , , , 1-4, and other confidence shattering events in the last 10yrs has proved that while the masses can be easily controlled w/promises of status quo ante restoration, there's no certainty about who will control them.
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Richard M. Bowen May 19
I speak to groups about my experience in the 2008 and what can happen if they decide to bring unethical behavior to the attention of their superiors.
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Knowledge@Wharton May 14
During the , central bankers gained more powers, which they used to stabilize the financial system. But in doing so they have triggered other unintended consequences, says
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Numerion Associates May 20
How did you weather the ? Are you still in great shape? If not, you are not alone:
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BTG Global Advisory May 17
UBS has warned that the global boom is over as slowing growth, high prices and rising risks point to the end of the long recovery from the
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The Scottish Investment Trust PLC May 16
A decade on from the , wealth inequality has just increased, as excessive debt levels have been allowed to grow. Are the rules of the system about to be changed? Read our manager’s view:
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