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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Economy of China Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., it was said that Kyle Bass <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Kyle Bass: </b>Founded hedge fund Hayman Capital in Dallas, Texas in 2006</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> thinks: “expects a ‘hard landing’ for China and the global economy, but that it won’t be as bad as the 2007-09 financial crisis.” in www.valuewalk.com on 8th Nov 2015 and 0 commented
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About Quantitative Easing (US) Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Charles Biderman <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Charles Biderman: </b>Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TrimTabs Investment Research, Inc.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “The next Fed move will be another form of easing. They’re not going to call it Quantitative Easing or QE, since QE has a bad reputation by now. So they’ll call it something else. I don’t know what they are going to do exactly. But it’s not going to be a tightening. As the global economy goes into a recession and the US follows, the Fed is going to do something.” in www.zerohedge.com on 7th Nov 2015 and 0 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., John Hussman <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>John Hussman: </b>President of the Hussman Investment Trust</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “Over nearly two decades now, the growth of productive investment has slowed to a crawl, replaced by speculative malinvestment and extraordinary monetary distortions at every turn.” in hussmanfunds.com on 13th Jul 2015 and 0 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Marc Faber <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Marc Faber: </b>High profile investment analyst and entrepreneur. Author of the Gloom Boom and Doom report.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “Greece will come to your neighborhood very soon, maybe not this year, but next year or whenever it is, because the world is over infected. And defaults will follow, or they will have to create very high inflation rates.” in www.zerohedge.com on 6th Jul 2015 and 0 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Baltic Dry Index Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Tyler Durden <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Tyler Durden: </b>Anonymous founder(s?) of Zero Hedge who refers to himself as Tyler Durden, a character from the movie Fight Club.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “We are sure this is nothing to worry about and merely "transitory."” in www.zerohedge.com on 6th Feb 2015 and 1 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Bill Gross <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Bill Gross: </b>Founder of PIMCO.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “It is interesting to ask, why don’t economies grow? Why don’t people get hired? Why don’t corporations expand? Why don’t governments produce real growth? Typically, in the past 30 or 40 years, the answer has always been that inflation got a little too high, central banks raised interest rates to restrict credit, and recessions were produced. Today, it is different because we have no inflation. So why don’t we grow? It is because we are at the end of a debt supercycle ...” in online.barrons.com on 17th Jan 2015 and 2 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Economy of USA Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Felix Zulauf <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Felix Zulauf: </b>Founder and owner of Zulauf Asset Management.</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “I’m not forecasting a recession, but I am expecting the world economy and the U.S. economy to be much softer than the consensus view.” in online.barrons.com on 17th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
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About Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Alasdair Macleod <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Alasdair Macleod: </b>Head of research for GoldMoney. Also runs FinanceAndEconomics.org</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “There is compelling evidence that 2015 will see a global slump in economic activity.” in www.zerohedge.com on 12th Jan 2015 and 0 commented
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About USD The US Dollar<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Martin Armstrong <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Martin Armstrong: </b>Blogger. Creator of 'The Economic Confidence Model'</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “Turkmenistan is energy-rich and this is the latest sign of seriousness of the collapse in oil. This will contribute to now force the dollar higher as commodities decline, the energy producing nations will be compelled to devalue their currencies in an effort to try to make ends-meet. Devaluations will result in an attempt to create inflation to offset the deflation. We are in a major economic collapse on a global scale. Most people do not understand that this is the real threat we face.” in armstrongeconomics.com on 1st Jan 2015 and 0 commented
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About Oil Crude Oil, also known as Petroleum<br/><br/>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers. and Global Economy Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers., Jeremy Grantham <div style='max-width: 180px; margin-left: 2px; margin-bottom: 6px;'><b>Jeremy Grantham: </b>Chairman of the Board of Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo (GMO).</div><div style='max-width: 180px; word-wrap: break-word;'>Please login. Quantitative information is available (for free) after you have agreed to the terms and conditions and disclaimers.</div> said: “if oil costs continue to rise the trade-offs become more and more painful. Our complex system has been trained by experience to deal with steady growth. Now it must deal with slowing growth and one day it may face contraction. In this changed world we can only guess how robust the stressed system will be. We may hope it will be tough but quite possibly it will be brittle. At the extreme it might even threaten the viability of our current economic system.” in online.barrons.com on 18th Nov 2014 and 0 commented
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