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“People Ask, Where’s The Leverage This Time?” – Eric Peters Answers

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zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 19, 2017

One of the Fed’s recurring arguments meant to explain why the financial system is more stable now than it was 10 years ago, and is therefore less prone to a Lehman or “Black monday”-type event, (which in turn is […]

Emerging Markets: What has Changed

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marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / Nov 17, 2017

Moody’s raised India’s sovereign debt rating for the first time since 2004 by a notch to Baa2. Nigerian officials are on a global roadshow to support plans to issue its longest-dated Eurobonds ever The head of South Africa’s budget office […]

If QE was Mostly Placebo, What about the Unwind?

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marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 17, 2017

During the Great Depression, countries discovered their balance sheets. Fiscal spending helped augment aggregate demand. After the WWII, high income countries have typically run persistent deficits, resulting in the accumulation of debt. During the Great Financial Crisis, central bank […]

Russell Napier: Debt Deflation Worries Are Starting to Rise Again

financialsense.com / FS STAFF / 11/14/2017

There’s been very little deleveraging after the last financial crisis and, in fact, debt levels are at new records globally, which means investors should be thinking about the risk of “debtflation,” Russell Napier, editor of The Solid Ground, told FS Insider last week (see Russell Napier on Debt […]

Millions Of Millennials Could Be Trading Sex For Their Next Debt Payment – Here’s How

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 15, 2017 9:40 AM

As the storm clouds of peak stupidity gather over the heads of the millennial generation who were conned by banks, government, and universities to take out excessive amounts of leverage in auto loans, credit cards, and student debt; millions have flocked to a […]

Venezuela Defaults On A Debt Payment – Is This The First Domino To Fall?

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / November 14th, 2017

Did you know that Venezuela just went into default? This should be an absolutely enormous story, but the mainstream media is being very quiet about it. Wall Street and other major financial centers around the globe could potentially be facing hundreds of millions of dollars […]

UK Debt Crisis Is Here – Consumer Spending, Employment and Sterling Fall While Inflation Takes Off

goldcore.com / By janskoyles / November 15, 2017

– UK debt crisis is here – consumer spending, employment and sterling fall while inflation takes off – Personal debt crisis coming to fore – litigation cases go beyond 2008 levels – October consumer spending fell by 2% in October, the fastest year-on-year decline in four […]

Auto-Loan Subprime Blows Up Lehman-Moment-Like

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Nov 14, 2017

But there is no Financial Crisis. These are the boom times.

Given Americans’ ceaseless urge to borrow and spend, household debt in the third quarter surged by $610 billion, or 5%, from the third quarter last year, to a new record of $13 trillion, […]

China’s Credit Growth Is Freezing Up At The Worst Possible Time

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 14, 2017

Submitted by Gordon Johnson of Axiom Capital

CREDIT LEADS “ALL OTHER” ECONOMIC DATA IN CHINA

China until recently euphoric credit growth, is rapidly grinding to a halt. As we published last week, and a key underpinning of our negative outlook on commodity prices through the […]

Debt, Taxes and Politics: An Updated Perspective on Federal Tax History

financialsense.com / JILL MISLINSKI / 11/14/2017

With the Republican tax bill looming, we’ve updated this article to include the latest figures and estimates for federal debt and taxes.

Federal debt is defined as “the gross outstanding debt issued by the United States Department of Treasury since 1790” according to https://www.usgovernmentspending.com. It does not include state […]

P2P Loans are “Predatory,” Have Delinquency Characteristics of pre-2007 Subprime Mortgages, Could Impact Financial Stability: Cleveland Fed

wolfstreet.com /by Wolf Richter / Nov 13, 2017

They get debt slaves deeper into high-cost debts they can’t handle.

Peer-to-peer lending commenced in the US a decade ago when investors – now mostly hedge funds, banks, insurers, etc. – could lend directly to consumers via online platforms. LendingClub, the dominant player, went public in […]

The Cycle of Falling Interest

news.goldseek.com / By Keith Weiner / Monday, 13 November 2017

Over the past few weeks, we have looked at the effects of falling interest rates: falling discount applied to future cash flows (and hence rising stock and bond prices), and especially falling marginal productivity of debt (MPoD). Falling MPoD means that we get […]

Weekend Reading: It’s The Debt, Stupid

zerohedge.com / by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com / Nov 10, 2017 4:45 PM

As I noted last Friday, the recently approved budget was an anathema to any fiscally conservative policy. As the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget stated:

“Republicans in Congress laid out two visions in two budgets for our fiscal future, and today, […]

“Lull Before The Storm” – Will China Bring An Energy-Debt Crisis?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 9, 2017

Authored by Gail Tverberg via Our Finite World blog,

It is easy for those of us in the West to overlook how important China has become to the world economy, and also the limits it is reaching. The two big areas in which China seems […]

Perpetual Notes – China’s New Way To Hide Debt (Call It Equity)

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 9, 2017

The legacy of the soon-to-retire PBoC governor, Zhou Xiochuan, will be that in sharp contrast to his western brethren, he warned that China’s credit bubble would burst before the fact. Two weeks ago, Zhou warned during the Party Congress that China’s financial system could […]

Shelter From The Storm

milesfranklin.com / by Gary Christianson / Nov 9, 2017

What storm? The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DOW) reached another all-time high. Interest rates in the U.S. are yielding multi-decade lows, some say multi-century lows. Trillions of dollars in global sovereign debt have negative yield and European junk bonds yield less than 10 year […]

Too Safe to Fail: Implied Default Rate for European Junk Bond is Negative 1.1%

themaven.net / by Mike Mish Shedlock / November 9, 2017

Apparently, European junk bonds are too safe to fail. Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Thomas Lee says the market-implied default rate for a European junk bond sits at a negative 1.1%.

Please consider Investors Price European Junk Debt as Too Safe to Fail, Thanks to Funky […]

Prepare For Interest Rate Rises And Global Debt Bubble Collapse

goldcore.com / By janskoyles / November 9, 2017

– Diversify, rebalance investments and prepare for interest rate rises – UK launches inquiry into household finances as £200bn debt pile looms – Centuries of data forewarn of rapid reversal from ultra low interest rates – 700-year average real interest rate in last 700 years is […]

A Look At America’s Retail Apocalypse In Charts

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 8, 2017

While everyone likes to point the finger at Amazon, the growing retail apocalypse in America can’t be tied to just one catalyst. Certainly, there is no doubt that Amazon is taking a toll on brick-and-mortar retailers but massive excess capacity, perpetually over-levered capital structures and […]

About 33% Of Students Drop Out Of College; Here’s How Many Go On To Default On Their Student Debt

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 7, 2017

Roughly 70% of America’s bright-eyed and bushy-tailed high school seniors will go on to binge drink study at a 4-year college, but, to our complete shock, less than two-thirds of them will manage to graduate with a degree. Even worse, 30% of the students […]

Hillary What Happened – She Rigged the Democratic Party

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 7, 2017

Donna Brazile’s new memoir, Hacks, has exposed Hillary Clinton for what she really is – a corrupt manipulative politician. Bracile is the former Democratic party leader. Behind the curtain, she is known as a foul-mouth boldface liar. Now Brazile’s book, reveals that Clinton took […]

Turkey: A Case Study in the Borrower’s Dilemma

mauldineconomics.com / BY GEORGE FRIEDMAN AND XANDER SNYDER / NOVEMBER 6, 2017

Editor’s Note: Before we begin, allow us to mention a short survey we’ll be sending in next week’s This Week in Geopolitics. This will provide you with an opportunity to tell us what topics you’re most interested in. We want our content to […]

This Is The Real Reason Why Gold & Silver Are Surging Today

kingworldnews.com / November 06, 2017

This is the real reason why gold and silver are surging today.

By Peter Boockvar, author of the Boock Report November 6 (King World News) – Here is what Peter Boockvar wrote as the world awaits the next round of monetary madness: It’s refreshing to hear from a central banker […]

Emerging Markets: Week Ahead Preview

marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin / Nov 5, 2017

EM FX ended the week under pressure. News of the Venezuela debt restructuring was digested well, but sentiment went south as the day wore on. Weakness was concentrated in the weakest links TRY, BRL, RUB, and ZAR, while MXN and COP were dragged along for the […]

The Results of Financialization – Part III

news.goldseek.com / By Gordon Long / 5 November 2017

THE BIG REVERSAL

After three and half decades the global economy has now entered a three and half year period of slow rotational change which will likely be seen in future years as the “Great Reversal”.

DEBT + DEMOGRAPHICS + DISRUPTION = DEFLATION

We are leaving […]