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The Fate of Toys “R” Us after Bankruptcy?

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wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Sep 25, 2017

Brick & Mortar Meltdown: Toys “R” Us can’t solve what’s killing it.

Bankruptcy indicators first started swirling publicly around Toys “R” Us on September 6. Unlike other retailers that have been dogged by bankruptcy rumors for years, such […]

The One Promise Trump Can Keep

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acting-man.com / Bill Bonner / August 31, 2017

Broken Promises

POITOU, FRANCE – “We live in a slow-growth world,” summarized a canny friend, “but with high-growth debt and high-growth asset prices.” Today, we turn to a report on Zero Hedge for further precision.

But we’ll get to […]

Consumers and Businesses Buckle under their Debts

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wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Jul 6, 2017

Bankruptcies surge as the “credit cycle” exacts its pound of flesh.

Commercial Chapter 11 bankruptcies – an effort to restructure the business, rather than liquidating it – jumped 16% year-over-year in June to 581 filings across the US. Total […]

Suicide Over European Banking Crisis

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jun 19, 2017

The European “bail-in” rules have been cheered claiming taxpayer money will be spared. However, many seniors bought bank bonds for their retirement. In the rescue of the small Banca Popolare d’Etruria, a retiree who had lost more than 100,000 euros worth of bonds lost everything […]

Puerto Ricans Vote for U.S. Statehood with 97% of the Vote, But Turnout was a Mere 23%

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / June 11, 2017

By an overwhelming margin, Puerto Ricans Vote for Statehood. But the vote is nonbinding, and only 23% bothered to vote.

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According to early results on a government website, statehood drew 97% of support with more than 90% of votes counted Sunday afternoon, but less […]

“Stressed” Australians Struggle With Record Debts As Housing Market Overheats

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

Australians are dialing back their spending on everything from clothes to cars as sky-high housing costs, the result of a housing bubble fueled by Chinese buyers, threaten to finally derail the country’s twin asset bubbles – housing and stocks.

But rising mortgage debt isn’t the […]

The Overlapping Crises Are Coming, Regardless of Who’s in Power

charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, MARCH 27, 2017

No leader can reverse the dynamics of mutually reinforcing crises.

Commentators seem split into three camps: those who see Trump as a manifestation of smouldering social/economic ills, those who see Trump and his supporters as the cause of those ills, and those who see […]

Jeroen Dijsselbloem insults Half of Europe

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Mar 24, 2017

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup President, has launched a storm of indignation as he insults half of Europe, illustrating the clash between the North and South. Dijsselbloem said of Southern Europe: “I can not spend all my money on liquor and women and then ask for […]

All Eyes on Greece

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Feb 15, 2017

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has completely failed the Greek people. He was elected to exit the EU but instead he has wiped out his country trying to stay in the Eurozone. Pensions have been attacked 11 times since the crisis began in 2010. The very […]

Fitch Says Bad Debts In Chinese Banking System Are 10X Higher Than Official Numbers

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at The Telegraph / September 23, 2016

Bad debts in the Chinese banking system are ten times higher than officially admitted, and rescue costs could reach a third of GDP within two years if the authorities let the crisis fester, Fitch Ratings has warned.

The agency said the rate of […]

How the Chinese Government Muzzles Freedom of Expression in Canada

libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / Aug 30, 2016

At least part of the message is beyond dispute: the cash flowing out of China into assets around the world has hit tsunami proportions, driven by fears of a slowing economy and a declining currency. Estimates peg the amount Chinese investors and companies moved out of […]

Final Catastrophe of the Currency System

goldswitzerland.com / by Egon von Greyerz / August 25th, 2016

The fate of the global economy was decided decades ago as deficits, debts and derivatives started their exponential growth and reached the time bomb phase that we are now in. This final chapter of this 100-year era will end in “a final and total catastrophe […]

We Are Now Only Months Away From The Worst Global Crisis In History

kingworldnews.com / August 14, 2016

With continued uncertainty in global markets, today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE, historic moves in currencies, and major global events, warned King World News that we are now only months away from the worst global crisis in history.

The Seeds Of The Worst Global […]

Podcast: It’s Not The Event That Matters But The Response To The Event

dollarcollapse.com / BY JOHN RUBINO / JULY 20, 2016

Brexit looked like the end of the world — until people figured out that central banks would have to ease in response. Then markets turned positively jubilant with US stocks, for example, hitting record highs. The result: A world of mounting debts, weekly terrorist attacks and […]

A Look Inside Europe’s Next Crisis: Why Everyone Is Finally Panicking About Italian Banks

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 5, 2016

Back in May 2013, we wrote an article titled “Europe’s EUR 500 Billion Ticking NPL Time Bomb” in which we laid out very simply what the biggest danger facing European banks was: non-performing, or bad, loans.

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We further said, that “Europe’s non-performing loan […]

The World Is Headed For Another Terrifying Collapse But Here’s The Scary Part

kingworldnews.com / June 20, 2016

With major markets all over the globe on the move, today James Turk not only told King World News that the world is headed for another terrifying collapse, and discussed the scary part regarding why it will be even worse this time around.

James Turk: “It is getting very ugly […]

The Mother Of All Head & Shoulder Patterns Just Completed The Right Shoulder

zerohedge.com / by Chirs Hamilton via Hambone’s Stuff blog, on 05/20/2016 20:30

The global economy and finances are all about growth (increasing flow) and not about equilibrium (stock). The ultimate driver of growing economies and finance has been millenniums of population growth. A growing quantity of people has meant more buyers, more consumers, more demand. […]

Monetary Madness: If Government Can Get Paid To Borrow (NIRP), Why Bother With Taxes?

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Richard W. Rahn at The Washington Times / May 2, 2016

Negative, zero or very low interest rates encourage people to buy much more expensive homes than they normally would, which is to their benefit until interest rates rise. Despite stagnant economies many European cities are experiencing a rapid rise in home […]

Corporations Are Defaulting On Their Debts Like It’s 2008 All Over Again

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / April 18th, 2016

The Dow closed above 18,000 on Monday for the first time since July. Isn’t that great news? I truly wish that it was. If the Dow actually reflected economic reality, I could stop writing about “economic collapse” and start blogging about cats or football. Unfortunately, […]

The Real Value of Gold

news.goldseek.com / By Jeff D. Opdyke / 24 March 2016

I bought some Mexican gold on Monday.

Old gold. Pre-World War II stuff. Two-peso coins slightly smaller than a U.S. dime that Mexicans used to carry around in their pockets — only these are not all banged up and gnarly like normal pocket change. They’re […]

Greenspan: Worried About Inflation, Says “Entitlements Crowding Out Investment, Productivity is Dead”

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / March 21, 2016 9:24:49

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan spoke with Tom Keene and Mike McKee for Bloomberg TV & Radio. He discussed the ramifications of negative interest rates, entitlement spending, and declining productivity.

On the state of the U.S. and global economy, he said: “We’re in trouble basically […]

Another BRIC Hits The Wall—-India Banks’ Bad Debts Soar To 18%

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Anto Antony & George Smith Alexander at Bloomberg / March 15, 2016

The day of reckoning is coming: The Reserve Bank of India is due to complete its audit of all 50 of the country’s banks by the end of this month, forcing them to lay bare their hidden non-performing loans, […]

“Step Up the Aid to Refugees” Merkel Tells Greece

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / 05 March 2016

Instead of looking in the mirror and doing the least bit of self-assessment of the refugee crisis, German Chancellor Angela Merkel pointed the finger at Austria and nine Balkan countries, then at Greece, in an interview with Bild.

Despite the fact that Greece is broke, […]

Office Market in Houston Melts Down

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / January 26, 2016

Watch the banks.

Commercial real estate is highly leveraged. Debt is everything. The entire math is based on high rental rates and low vacancy rates. Without them, the debts cannot be serviced. But now in Houston, both are shooting in the wrong direction.

OK, Houston’s […]

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: China’s banking stress looms like Banquo’s Ghost in Davos

gata.org / By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard via The Telegraph, London / January 23, 2016

Bad debts in the Chinese banking system are four or five times higher than officially admitted and pose a mounting risk to the country’s financial stability, the world’s leading expert on debt has warned.

The expert, Harvard professor Ken Rogoff, said China […]