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19 Mar, 2019 09:49

Negative yielding debt (E1359)


In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the expanding pool of negative yielding debt exposing the magic act that is the illusion of a robust economy. If the economy is really so hot and the markets ripping ahead like that is true, then why are lenders so eager to lend at a loss to governments? In the second half, Max talks to Karl Denninger of Market-Ticker.org about why the next crash will NOT be a repeat of 2008, but much, much worse. They talk about the Fed promising negative rates in the event of another crash.

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