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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Suckers think that you cure greed with money, addiction with substances, expert problems with experts, banking with bankers, economics with economists, and debt crises with debt spending.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    And what are choices based on fear? Right. So ignore the bs and move on.

    The last recession I had here was mainly due to the media giving it a spin.

    When you repeat something often enough it will become true.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Trade wars are easy to win!

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Global bond yields continue to plummet. US 10 Year Treasury yield currently 1.61 % and headed lower!

    Global recession on the horizon.

    Sell assets, hoard cash.

    This will likely be a bumpy ride.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    The fragile world economy has taken one sledgehammer blow too many, and the fragile ice upon which it sits is beginning to crack. The volatility in the markets we’ve witnessed in the last couple of years is extremely troubling and I’m hoping for the best but

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    The technology driven swift global flows of money/capital will prevent the rising fears of global financial crisis or recession if the major economies avoid political dogfight.

    Better option,ofcourse is strenghen global democratic political institution in UN and executive body.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Yet Japan recorded its biggest growth for years. People just need to follow where the money is being invested.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    We’re already in a recession companies are closing left and right!

    We’re already in a recession companies are closing left and right!

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