Lena Koch States

By | April 7, 2014

It’s called ‘Last judgment’ of the policy, investors remain unimpressed and the observers of the whole spectacle can not believe what is happening in the United States. Last judgment calls it the politics”, investors remain unimpressed and the observers of the whole spectacle can not believe what is happening in the United States. Contact information is here: Oracle. Because the air is the world’s largest economy slowly. The credit under the US Government is already dangerous close to it to be exhausted within the next two weeks should the debt ceiling be raised But in the United States Congress the Republicans argue with the Democrats about the circumstances under which this should happen. The opposition to President Barack Obama uses the delicate situation for political saber rattling and plays with fire. Steven P Rosenthal has similar goals. The Chairman of US speaking of self mutilation”. But despite this serious situation, the most trustworthy debtor in the world still remains the United States. Investors show up remarkably unfazed by the threat of a default.

So one continues on Wall Street to American Government bonds which are with moderate interest rates by 3 percent. It be thanked also the rating agencies such as Moody’s and S & P, which European countries hard with the rankings to get though the United States see no reason to doubt the creditworthiness. Why is so, that seems to be able to say no one really. Maybe you think there Yes the conservative Republicans who talk about the impending State bankruptcy as rumor irrwitzigem by a. Actually it the opposition in the United States the forecasts of the Obama administration as a fear-mongering to. Hard to believe, the debt of the then are States of 14.3 trillion dollars so real how bitter. Even if some American politicians want to admit it, but the situation is serious, very serious indeed. The Adviser to the President describes what awaits the United States perhaps with the words: “A chain of events that could be the collapse of Lehman Brothers look harmless.”.


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