Posts tagged with: US debt crisis

Hopes that the economy might soon roar back and bring some relief from skyrocketing deficits remain unfounded for now…...
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The lower reaches of the financial food chain are already dying, and every entity that depended on that layer is doomed....
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What happens when the pandemic is over and we try to resurrect something like normal life? The answer is that we run head-on into the one crisis that was…...
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Listening to the howls from Democrats and the applause from Republicans, one would think President Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2021 budget is a radical assault on the welfare state....
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The Fed announced on Thursday it is adding another $83 billion in “in temporary liquidity to financial markets.” And, in a development that will surprise no cynic anywhere, the Fed also noted that it “may keep adding temporary money to markets for...
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