Weak development and the Global financial system with multiple problems

After the great financial crisis of 2007 – 2008, regulatory authorities, worldwide, are engaged in continuous efforts to remove, in every way, financial risks. However, mistakes on their part are not lacking. A typical example is the crisis of regional banks in the USA, which was triggered by Silicon Valley Bank, which until that time …

A new moment is brewing for the US economy and the world

After nearly 15 years of cheap money fed by the Federal Reserve at zero interest rates, resulting in speculative bubbles of colossal proportions, it seems the lights have come on. A crisis in financial markets (especially credit markets) can be caused by a sudden and systemic collapse in asset prices – usually after a prolonged …

Taxpayers should not have to pay for the collapse of systemic banks

The lessons learned from the global financial crisis of 2008/2009 seem not to have become commonplace for the operation of the financial system. The turmoil of the past year has shown that further progress is needed in a number of areas to ensure that banks are never too big to fail. It is noted that …

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. …

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 state of the American economy creates problems for the dollar

The dollar’s dominance as a reserve currency is not immediately in question – while the most formidable threat to its status as the world’s leading reserve currency is actually the US economy itself. The dollar is the most widely used currency in the world both in trade and in central bank reserves — and will …

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