Foodflation: Oats close to 2008 highs. pic.twitter.com/NUYB8nTpvU
— 💸 Mαrkets ∞ Mαyhem 💸 (@Mayhem4Markets) August 10, 2021
long yields are no longer particularly informative about fiscal capacity. Eurozone is an excellent example. the `market' yield on Italian bonds is really just the market's forecast of the ECB's willingness to pay for an Italian bond. t.co/mNXI9tCY1W
— Hanno Lustig (@HannoLustig) August 10, 2021
— Reuters (@Reuters) August 10, 2021
M2 GROWTH RATE DOWN TO THE 1970s 🤯 pic.twitter.com/QnXd6yWUdE
— Win Smart, CFA (@WinfieldSmart) August 10, 2021
Workers taking over right now. People have more options and are quitting at a faster rate (purple line) vs layoffs 👇 pic.twitter.com/g0iEoYWRJw
— Gianluca (@Theimmigrant84) August 10, 2021
On 17th of February 2021, the Institute of International Finance published calculus that at the end of 2020 it amounted to 281 trillion US dollars (3) or 355% of the global GDP and this figure does not even include this years announcements of public borrowings; therefore, there is quite a logical open question, how sustainable is the “spend-borrow-repeat” approach?
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