When the Financial System Fails What Will Central Banks Do? Tick, Tock.

Do you think that there are risks within the financial system today that are not being disclosed by those in control?

There’s a distinction between those who are part of the system and those who are not. Clearly the central bankers have kept the majority of individuals out of the loop and simply act based on their own best interests. Right now, we are seeing the financial system pumped up with fiat currency. But what good is it? The economy is falling and not even deep negative interest rates will help it to recover. 


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Why central bank balance sheets matter


Velocity of M2 Money Stock | FRED | St. Louis Fed


IIF on Twitter: “NEW Global Debt Monitor: Global debt hit $246T in Q1 2019, nearly 320% of GDP. Debt by sector, Q1 2019 (as % of GDP): 🔹Households: 59.8% 🔹Non-financial corporates: 91.4% 🔹Gov’t: 87.2% 🔹Financial corporates: 80.8% t.co/4Qu0ekvpZw” / Twitter


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ECB hires ex-Goldman Sachs banker as watchdog – Reuters