Tag: Financial Crisis

Millennials Will Never Recover From 2008 Financial Crisis, Student Loans Worsen the Issue

According to a study released by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis entitled “A Lost Generation”, millennials will never be able to recover from the Great Recession and the 2008 financial crisis. The Fed stated that families headed by someone born in the 1980s have net worths that are 34 percent lower than expected. The report read: We found that typical families headed by someone born in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s were significantly …
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Will The US Stock Market Collapse Soon?

Investors are worried about the future of the US stock market. Although there is a somewhat bullish sentiment for the time being, there is a legitimate concern things may start to fall apart sooner or later. Although there is always a risk of the US stock market crashing one day, the bigger question is whether or not these concerns are justified. Is A US Stock market Collapse Possible Or Not? It …
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ECB Feels Brexit Woes Are “Contained” For Now

A lot of people are keeping a close eye on what the European Central Bank is doing these days. With the Brexit occurring, there seemed to be a need for an intervention to relieve the stressed markets. But for now, that will not be needed, and interest rates and policy plans will remain unchanged. Moreover, the institution deemed the Brexit shockwaves to be “contained”. No Policy And Interest Rate Changes …
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IMF Names Deutsche Bank As Biggest Systemic Risk To Global Finance

The IMF never shies away from making controversial statements, albeit their most recent one may cause a lot of debate. According to the financial superpower, Deutsche Bank is the biggest threat to our global economic ecosystem. It is not the first time allegations like these take place, as the position of Deutsche Bank has been questioned for the past three years. Deutsche Bank Can End It All That seems to …
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