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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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885The market is clearly not taking the possibility of a trade war seriously—but inelmatador-last Friday
884here's a followup video to Nemtsov's assassination a very important poiAlex MG-last Wednesday
883who knows maybe Bourdain did the smart thing Trump's America: Infant rippAlex MG-last Wednesday
882Well said. I can not help but wonder if the political and economic landscape in The-Democrat-last Wednesday
881I guess it depends on which Bourdain you listen to in this very recent one he sAlex MG-last Monday
880"I feel some responsibility to at least try to keep living since my daughteElroy Jetson-last Monday
879I was pretty shocked at Bourdain's suicide... and apparently it was indeed aAlex MG-last Monday
878Hi el, In the 1960's to 1970's, inflation's rise was strongly correrobert b furman-last Monday
877The Fed’s Biggest Dilemma: Is the Booming Job Market a Problem? Jerome Powell, elmatador-last Monday
876the carry trade only works for amerikan companies? today's CEO's aren&#ggersh-last Monday
875Today's CEO's are mostly stooges that couldn't run a corner lemonadeggersh-last Monday
874Almost half of the increase in external debt of emerging market economies corpoelmatador-last Monday
873What the Europeans can do: The Chinese always saw the prospects of a trade waelmatador-last Monday
872 While the repatriation of U.S. corporations’ profits held overseas has helped pelmatador-last Monday
871Correct what I think it is at play is the following: A CFO of a company in Brazelmatador-last Monday
870 The world is filled with too many US Dollars until periodically there's a sElroy Jetson-last Monday
869What comes next? The results of a dollar shortage This is going to cause an evaelmatador-last Monday
868$2tril of corporate debt has spurred growth of stock prices and now comes?????ggersh-June 10
867Resurgent Dollar Set for Reversal Fundamental forces will eventually snap the delmatador-June 10
866DJT tax cuts are succeeding but the polarization and politization of the economyelmatador-June 10
865US companies repatriating profits held abroad has had an even bigger impact on eelmatador-June 10
864Guess What? Companies Are Bringing Their Cash Home Tax reform seems to be workinelmatador-June 10
863Good to remind that new things driving many sectors: cloud,autonomous vehicles &elmatador-June 8
862Hi El, I remember being frustrated in 1998 with the Asian Contagion. It createrobert b furman-June 8
861Asia Crisis Veteran Says This EM Selloff Is Different By Enda Curran June 6, 2elmatador-June 8
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