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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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386I wouldn't write off Chinese so quickly, since they could end up building anSnowshoe-yesterday
385Yes. Asian exporting model is dead. China has it coming. Sign of what is in storelmatador-yesterday
384The new abracadabra: highly automated factories located close to customers insteSnowshoe1Thursday
383Yes one of those quiet stories no one talks about. Yield curve in China inverteJohn Vosilla1Monday
382China Banks Endure Record Costs as Squeeze Leaves No Choice June 16, 2017, 12:elmatador-Sunday
381The Surprising Threat to the American Economy Unemployment hits new lows and stelmatador1June 4
380Thanks, good stuff, a bit speculative, but one never knows.carranza2-June 1
379The site mentioned by Williams Free report is worth the readDick Weigel-May 31
378Is China’s economy turning Japanese? Three decades after Tokyo’s property bubbelmatador1May 29
377Well, well, well..... Zerohedge must be looking. It has today posted Hunt'carranza2-May 29
376Oil And The S&P 500 May 26, 2017 9:36 AM ET|. Marc Chandler Summary ThJohn P-May 26
375Thanks CDick Weigel-May 26
374Hi, Elmat, Best macro site I've ever visited. Some real luminaries, and pcarranza2-May 26
373TJ thinks debts under control in China?? Still thinking key is US mortgage debJohn Vosilla2May 25
372China sovereign debt downgraded by Moody’s Move could hit country’s government elmatador-May 23
371China keeping Stable currency a way to preempt outflow pressures China Is Usingelmatador-May 20
370Yes, lots of action in the currency pairs, as the currency of the presidency is Slumdog-May 19
369The dollar wiping out all its gains since Donald Trump was elected US president elmatador-May 19
368Typical story for the rich and richer when the story changes to a rich guy doinggersh-May 19
367removing all in power....that should go globalggersh-May 19
366Brazil's Batista Clan: a Short Guide to an Empire Built on Beef bloomberg.celmatador-May 19
365The US learned mob democracy with Brazil and is now applying.South Korean succeselmatador-May 19
364There is a current trying to sink Lula forever to avoid PT (Lula's party) reelmatador1May 19
363just a reason to buy local -vbg-ggersh-May 18
362Looks like a submerging market!Slumdog-May 18
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