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The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding
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Aftermath of the dotcom bubble. Financial Collapse ensued. Greenspan flooded the market resulting in the real estate bubble. That cause another financial crisis of 2008. That prompted Quantitative Easing (QE) for 5 years until Janet Yellen pulled the plug in which became known as the Taper Tantrum.

The US could afford stopping QE not so Europe, Japan and China which are still doing it.
Today, the world economy deals with these excesses as well as the changes in China which moves to a much slower GDP growth and move into higher valued added products.

The aim of this thread is to serve as a center of discussions of these major issues. Although we have had a thread dedicated to this theme, it has deteriorated into a reality show of the US political system which is not what this new thread is all about.

While the old Financial Collapse thread suffer from weak leadership and poor moderation this one will be kept clean of political shenanigans.
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180Honestly I think that thinking is behind the curve.. Other countries can beat ChThe Jack of Hearts-8 hours ago
179Google: The latest major company being demonized. There was a time that it wouldelmatador-5 AM
178US Oil Inv. figures are due today.richardred-yesterday
177Market BUBBLE BURSTING: Wall Street losses spark global stock sell-off amid impeelmatador-yesterday
176"OPEC's market intervention has not yet resulted in significant visibleelmatador-yesterday
175I agree on some past & present and coming Pork projects. Some projects now, richardred-Tuesday
174It appears as if all American engineering, well sucks. Despite ggersh-Tuesday's a fairly sad 3rd world storyggersh-Tuesday
172Last time the US did a big infrastructure project, The Big Dig was the most exelmatador6Tuesday
171Germany has an entirely different mindset when it comes to their economy and finJohn P1Monday
170Hi Richard, that is a fascinating article.... Venezuela has been a complete baJohn P-Monday
169The neoliberal elite will try to go for or pretend protectionism is the way theyggersh-Monday
168I don't know of any country that doesn't have some debt, and generally sphilv1Monday
167I agree with your thoughts..... an economic migrant from Africa, Pakistan, AfgaJohn P-Monday
166I am trying to see the early stages of reactions to BREXITelmatador-Monday
165I don't think 1,000 Euros will do the trick. Merkel has to up her game to aphilv1Monday
164one small step for man.... does not make a trend this is certainly a "watggersh-Monday
163There exists the big question of assimilation. The native population sees ghetphilv-Monday
162Quietly wihtout any tweet: Vodafone to bring 2,100 customer service jobs in-houselmatador-Monday
161example, monopolies don't work Message 31036994ggersh-Monday
160cheap labor has it's benefits also insourcing is a better policy than outsoggersh-Monday
159Who's afraid of a trade war? Look at Those Rising German Trade Surpluses seeelmatador1Monday
158China providing $300 billion in low-cost loans, research funds and other governmelmatador-Monday
157It is a clever way to give the migrant a chance. He saw it from faraway. now thaelmatador-Monday
156my bad..... thank you for fact checking that for me / us . 100 K EUR seemed wayJohn P-Sunday
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