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speedybure (< 20)

This data exemplies the true magnitude of the soon to be currency crisis. *m3 compiled using FED data

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April 07, 2009 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: GLD , SLV , UDN

DATE m3 (BILLIONS)

1999-01-01      6102.0

3/14/2009       14634

  PUBLIC DEBT (BILLIONS)

1999-03-31 5651.61

2008-12-31 10699.98 

Consumer Credit (BILLIONS)

1999-01-31 1441.9

2009-01-31 2588.5 

Trade Deficit 1999-10-01        236241

2007-10-01         - 454806- yes that is negative

DATE Total Loans/Leases

1999-01-06    3293.4

2009-03-25-    7021 

 

 

*This Data excludes - tarp II, stimulus package, cds purchases(1.2 trillion currently), debt monetezation, securitized loans and credit (fannie/freddie)

 

 

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 07, 2009 at 5:40 PM, speedybure (< 20) wrote:

PLease post your thoughts

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#2) On April 07, 2009 at 7:19 PM, sentinelbrit (82.86) wrote:

I haven't a clue what the US dollar is going to do and neither do most people. It is quite possible that other economies will be in a worse mess than the US. The UK is a basket case; Europe is so far behind the curve that growth may be slow for some time to come; Japan is in slow decline - it has a huge budget deficit and demographics argue against robust growth. Sure it has a trade surplus but over time that will decline.

Forecasting a currency crisis for the US dollar is a black swan event. And in any case, the US government wouldn't do anything about it.

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