Global Economic Collapse and the Mountain of Debt! Millions Can’t Pay Their Bills!

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Do you think that we will see more risk taking by corporations now that the Fed is bailing them all out?


The Fed has printed $1.6 trillion in a matter of 4 weeks for just one of their many, many programs. That has never happened before. Not even close. Many big money managers have now gone all in, calling the bottom. Meanwhile, we are clearly about to face the most shocking economic collapse as millions of Americans have found themselves without a job, and no way to pay their bills. This cannot be turned around by a $1200 check in the mail. Brace for impact.


The Federal Reserve’s Recent Actions to Support the Flow of Credit to Households and Businesses – FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of NEW YORK

Wall Street feasts on federal coronavirus aid while Main Street starves

Coronavirus US: Thousands of cars line up at LA food bank | Daily Mail Online

Ruth’s Chris Steak House Gets $20 Million From Coronavirus Aid Program – WSJ

Tesla Seeks Rent Savings Amid Coronavirus Crunch – WSJ

Hedge Fund Managers Claiming Bailouts as Small Businesses – Bloomberg

Newsroom – American Airlines To Receive $5.8 Billion in Payroll Support From U.S. Department of the Treasury – American Airlines Group, Inc.

Jeff Bezos Gains $24 Billion While World’s Rich Reap Bailout Rewards

American hauls in $5.8B and asks Treasury for more (NASDAQ:AAL) | Seeking Alpha

IMF: Global economy to contract by 3% due to coronavirus

Goldman: Downturn will be four times worse than the financial crisis

JPMorgan Prepares for Wave of Defaults Linked to Coronavirus Shutdown – WSJ

JPMorgan Chase (JPM) earnings Q1 2020 show big decline

Coronavirus pushes annual deficit forecasts toward $4 trillion – Roll Call

Small-business funds dwindle as virus aid package sputters – Roll Call

Memos from Howard Marks

Stock-market investing strategy, recommendations for coronavirus: MS – Business Insider

Jim Cramer on ‘Mad Money’ viral pic: ‘Seething anger’ for Wall Street

Food supply worries grow after outbreak closes Smithfield meat plant | TheHill



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