Inflation persistent

With monetary and economic policy deadlocked, the White House is now officially throwing in the towel and admitting that the fight against inflation has been lost – almost ruling out monetary easing as evidenced by the fact that the Federal Reserve Reserve despite strong political pressures due to the election cycle kept interest rates unchanged. …

The real picture of the US economy is bleak

The global financial system is gradually preparing for an earthquake of historic proportions which this time will not be caused by an internal crisis – like in 2008/2009 – but its cause is related to the significant shifts in the geopolitical power balances with the end of globalization under American hegemony. This is not something …

The next financial crisis in Europe will start from France and Italy

In recent years, a new type of crisis has been dynamically emerging in Europe: a crisis of the European social and political model with profound consequences for fiscal and financial stability. France’s problem The big problem starts with exceeding the budget deficits in France and Italy, over 7% and over 5% for 2024 respectively. These …

Hard austerity is coming with over-indebtedness and high inflation

The era of low interest rates and “easy money” is over, despite the dominant narrative in the international financial press of a new round of monetary policy easing that will return economies to pre-pandemic health crisis status and the prophecies of monetary policy makers policy that set the benchmark for monetary policy easing next June …

The nightmare Scenario in Economy, Markets, with Inflation and Bubbles

In early 2002, gold was around $300. The primary goal was to preserve wealth. The Nasdaq had already crashed by 67%, but, before bottoming out, it lost an additional 50%. The total loss was 80%, with many companies going bankrupt. In 2006 the Great Financial Crisis began In 2008, the financial system found itself minutes …

Its perpetual public debt as Greece’s dependency factor

The public debt (Central Government Debt) amounted to €406.5 billion at the end of 2023 and is increased compared to the previous year by €6.2 billion, according to the latest Bulletin of the Public Debt Management Organization (in Greek-ΟΔΔΗΧ) . For this debt, the Greek State paid €6.5 billion in interest in 2023. The Greek …

How is China taught to discard Western sanctions?

Russia’s success in dealing with Western sanctions through de-dollarization and supporting trading partners in Asia may be a valuable lesson for China as pressure to “de-risk” (the policy of the West to diversify supply chains so that it is not dependent on Chinese exports that shaped the so-called trend of de-globalization). Russia has provided many …

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