Debt Crisis

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23 Nations Around The World Where Stock Market Crashes Are Already Happening

You can stop waiting for a global financial crisis to happen.  The truth is that one is happening right now.    By Michael Snyder All over the world, stock markets are already crashing.  Most of these stock market crashes are occurring in nations that are known as “emerging markets”.  In recent years, developing countries in … Continue reading

Asset-Price Inflation Is Entering Its Last Dangerous Phase

By Brendan Brown Asset price inflation, a disease whose source always lies in monetary disorder, is not a new affliction. It was virtually inevitable that the present wild experimentation by the Federal Reserve — joined by the Bank of Japan and ECB — would produce a severe outbreak. And indications from the markets are that the … Continue reading

You Can Add Iraq And Ukraine To The List Of Economies That Are Collapsing

The list of nations around the globe that have collapsing economies just continues to grow. By Michael Snyder In recent weeks I have written about the ongoing saga in Greece, the stock market crash in China, the debt crisis in Puerto Rico and the economic meltdown in South America.  But there are more economic flashpoints … Continue reading

The Bankruptcy Of The Planet Accelerates: 24 Nations Are Currently Facing A Debt Crisis

By Michael Snyder There has been so much attention on Greece in recent weeks, but the truth is that Greece represents only a very tiny fraction of an unprecedented global debt bomb which threatens to explode at any moment.  As you are about to see, there are 24 nations that are currently facing a full-blown … Continue reading

Financial Collapse: Greece Today, America Tomorrow?

Now that Eurozone leaders have agreed to provide Greece with a new bailout, the economic crisis has seemingly been averted. But as former U.S. presidential candidate Ron Paul points out, this resolution is only a temporary fix, another “crisis is inevitable,” and it could mirror the United States’ own demise. By Ron Paul (originally published July … Continue reading

European Leaders Promise The Greek Debt Crisis Will Be Resolved One Way Or Another On Sunday

The wait will soon be over.  Greece submitted a final compromise plan to its eurozone creditors on Thursday, European finance ministers will meet on Saturday to discuss the proposal, and an emergency summit of all 28 EU nations on Sunday will make a final decision on what to do. The summit on Sunday is being … Continue reading

China’s Debt Crisis: Addressing The Problem But Missing The Mark

By Stratfor Global Intelligence China is granting local governments greater autonomy by allowing them to swap up to $160 billion in outstanding loans for lower-interest, slow-maturing government bonds. The program will provide a crucial buffer against local government debt crises in 2015 and beyond. The initiative may reduce economic stress in the near term but fails … Continue reading

Grexit May Cause Domino Effect, But Should Greece Stay In The Eurozone?

It’s wrong to say Greece must stay in the Eurozone, and should it depart the market would help it as it would be freed of a restrictive ‘one size fits all’ straightjacket policy, according to Richard Wellings, the Deputy Editorial Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, during a recent interview with Russia’s RT. The President … Continue reading

Greece Rejects Bailout Deal – Deadline To Avoid Financial Chaos In Europe Is March 1st – OpEd

Europe is on the verge of a horrifying financial meltdown, and there are only a few short weeks left to avert total disaster. By Michael Snyder On Monday, talks that were supposed to bring about yet another temporary “resolution” to the Greek debt crisis completely fell apart.  The new Greek government has entirely rejected the … Continue reading

Global Finance And The Greek Elections: The Political Establishment’s Worst Nightmares

By Ernst Wolff With the Greek elections only days away, the governments and the media of the European Union have once again stepped up their campaign of threatening the Greek people and stirring up anti-Greek sentiments. While the IMF has shown its contempt for democratic elections by suspending all payments to Athens, the German government … Continue reading

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