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Analyst: Skyrocketing Debt Cannot Be Supported By Money Printing Forever

Something is eventually going to have to give.  The United State’s debt which has shot up over $21 trillion dollars cannot be sustained by printing money forever, says a financial analyst. According to TeleTradeBel analyst Mikhail Grachev, the US debt, supported by the printing of dollars could be coming to an end. “From 2009 to 2014. […]

Why Rajoy Is Panicking – Last Minute Poll Shows Huge 80% Surge For Catalan Independence

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Oct 1, 2017  We noted yesterday that “if Catalonia secedes from Spain…in terms of the debt sustainability parameters laid down by the Treaty of Maastricht, it’d be the Eurozone debt crisis 2.0…” and it is clear by the thuggish brutality of Spain’s police that Rajoy will do anything to ensure this vote does not go ahead as the latest […]

The Debt Crisis Of 2017: Once Their Vacation Ends, Congress Will Have 4 Days To Avoid A Government Shutdown On April 29

April 2017 could turn out to be one of the most important months in U.S. history that we have seen in a very long time.  On April 6th, Donald Trump attacked Syria on the 100th anniversary of the day that the U.S. officially entered World War I, and now at the end of this month […]

March 2017: The End Of A 100 Year Global Debt Super Cycle Is Way Overdue

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / February 27th, 2017 For more than 100 years global debt levels have been rising, and now we are potentially facing the greatest debt crisis in all of human history.  Never before have we seen such a level of debt saturation all over the planet, and pretty much everyone understands that […]

Why The Cartel Is So (Rightfully) Terrified

milesfranklin.com / by Andrew Hoffman / Feb 27, 2017 No event defines how rapidly America’s “leadership” has declined, then last night’s Academy Awards catastrophe.  At which, one of its most prestigious accounting firms accidentally handed Warren Beatty the wrong “Best Picture” envelope, causing it to initially be awarded to the wrong movie.  Yes, it was a “victimless […]

March 2017: The End Of A 100 Year Global Debt Super Cycle Is Way Overdue

For more than 100 years global debt levels have been rising, and now we are potentially facing the greatest debt crisis in all of human history.  Never before have we seen such a level of debt saturation all over the planet, and pretty much everyone understands that this is going to end very, very badly […]

Is The Greek Government Testing The Waters For Drachma-tization?

zerohedge.com / Via KeepTalkingGreece.com / Feb 8, 2017 9:42 AM The deep rift between Greece’s European lenders and the International Monetary Fund leads to nothing else than to a delay in the conclusion of the second review. For one more time, the rift has triggered fears that another Greece debt crisis is looming and that even a default […]

Debt Crisis: Why 2017 Will Be a Decisive Year for China’s Economy

financialsense.com / STRATFOR / 11/23/2016 Forecast Barring a decision to loosen government controls on credit, investment and home purchases, China’s housing and construction sectors will slow in 2017. Industries that hold the bulk of China’s outstanding corporate debt, including commodities, building materials and other sectors related to construction, will bear the brunt of a sustained housing slump. Sluggish […]

Gold Bullion Surges 6% In USD as BREXIT Creates Global Contagion Risk

goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / June 24, 2016 UK time Monday morning (Monday 27th), in order to deal with the increased demand for precious metals. Gold Note – There has been record online sales on the GoldCore website for this time of day and the phones are ringing off the hook. We have had more sales than […]

PONZI’S WORLD: 7 Countries Most Vulnerable To A Debt Crisis

21stcenturywire.com / Forbes / APRIL 9, 2016 21st Century Wire says… Ask any banker, and they will tell you, “It’s all fine. The markets have never been more robust.” Yes, these are the famous last words before every major market implosion.  The big question seems to be “when”, and no longer “if”. Even mainstream experts now commonly admit […]