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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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317China replaces IMF and bails out Pakistan with $1.2bn loans State-backed Chineelmatador-yesterday
316No shortage of people in China yet, but the demographic time bomb is ticking ...Snowshoe-Tuesday
315It's easy to fill those jobs. Try offering double the pay. If double the Maurice Winn-Tuesday
314China Markets Reel as $1.7 Trillion in Shadow Funds Unwinds Entrusted investmeelmatador-Tuesday
313Under pressure from activist investors to deliver growth in comparatively untappelmatador-Tuesday
312 Beijing has blocked North Korean coal imports. The coal blockade indirectly helelmatador-last Friday
311 The Fed Still Has On Its Beer Goggles Danielle DiMartino Booth Apr 18, 2017 John Vosilla1April 19
310Makes sense as median home prices above prior levels. Interest rates much lowerJohn Vosilla-April 19
309Many of China’s Economic Engines Are Sputtering The enormous costs to China’s grelmatador-April 19
308The Chinese Yuan (RMB) as a Hard Currency By Antonio Graceffo | Apr 14, 2017 | Aelmatador-April 19
307Americans are taking out the largest mortgages on record First-timers and otherelmatador-April 17
306The FED is a private bank, with close connection to the US government. Is therphilv-April 16
305The Great Unwinding: What Happens To Treasury Yields When The Fed Trims Its Balaelmatador-April 16
304OPEC Sees a World That Still Has Too Much Oil The oil market is tipping slowly felmatador-April 16
303Permania Isn’t A Panacea For The Long Term Permian, as strong as it is, may notelmatador1April 15
302 America Has to Close the Workforce Skills Gap 83 APRIL 12, 2017 7:59 AM EST Belmatador-April 14
301Fear Is Creeping Back Into Market The calm in stocks worldwide is giving way toelmatador-April 14
300The clout of the old telcos is too strong. This is holding back broadband speed elmatador-April 13
299what's to fear when the states do this. -nfg- motherboard.vice.com To be cggersh2April 12
298Growth fears surface as Germany faces shortage of skilled labour JUNE 29, 201elmatador-April 12
297Fears mount over US construction boom Regulators raise concerns about banks’ expelmatador-April 12
296 Depopulation in Germany: Despite a recent influx of 1.2m refugees, Germany facelmatador-April 11
295Trump is a quick study and he realizes a trade war would be uber negative for thJohn P-April 11
294John, One piece of the good news (for me at least) of the past week is that Xi elmatador-April 11
293Why China’s Debt Bomb Has Not Exploded In ignoring its growing debt problems, Beelmatador-April 11
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