In Q1 2012, GDP rose $142 billion, while debt rose $359 billion. In other words, it took nearly $2.50 in debt to generate $1.00 in GDP.
The preceding chart covered the scope. Cotton covers carbon based units as does makeup. People do not get it...
The flaw in all of modern economics it is never about the stock. It is all, and always has been, about the flow.
Keynasians are not the brightest or ever
have they been. I do not wish to be castagated in the wrong context.
I write this as a taxpayer reminded of a local meeting. Half of the Government is not wanted or needed, ok twenty five
percent. It should be private and sealed bid out. Of course some services need to be staffed from a basis of
what we can support from millage. When I went to the Public School for a meeting it was a FEMA day camp.
The system crashed when no bid was implemented and department heads get paid from having head count.
We deep sixed that model ever so long ago. I would say your law of diminishing marginal utility Old is a metric they
could care less about now given US data and corruption.
There is no economic difference between socialism and communism. The Keyansian rent seekers wish
negative interest rates in a dirty currency float world. They are nuts and growth is impossible. The market says so not
us. They wraped a arteria bleeping patient in duct tape just a we recorded in the forums the condition of the patient
in circa 1990 terms of acount."Anyone who doesn't regret the passing of the Soviet Union has no heart. Anyone who wants it restored has no brains."
- Vladimir Putin-
Russia received its first loan from the IMF in April 1992, for $1 billion. In 1993, the Russian government took out another loan, this time for $1.5 billion. A year later the IMF provided still another $1.5 billion. By December 31, 1995, the Russian central government had borrowed over $10 billion through the IMF. When on March 26, 1996, the IMF and Russian central government reached final agreement on a new loan of $10.2 billion--the second-largest loan ever made to any borrower by the IMF. Capital flight at a rate of $2 billion to $3 billion per month was noted. Dmitri Vasiliev, former chairman of Russia's Federal Security Commission, confirmed that IMF loans were used to bail out insiders.http://www.zerohedge.com/news/china-giv ... ca-instead
Old news on a topical front. Ask the Dinar. Italy never seemed to make that
resource payment to Libya did they.
Help me out here , how many more cops will do what the ones we have that do nothing now?
The J.P. Morgan story shows Romney’s position has been “dramatically proven wrong,” Levin continued, adding that Romney’s drive to repeal Dodd Frank would “remove the possibility that we would get a cop back on the beat on Wall Street.”http://his.library.nenu.edu.cn/upload/s ... 119/28.pdf