A Bumpy Road Ahead for the Global Financial System
Policy makers should take advantage of this favorable environment to take steps that will reduce the risks. For emerging-market economies, this means strengthening economic fundamentals and buffers against external shocks; for advanced economies, it means deploying and developing their regulatory and financial policy tools and following through on plans…
I encourage everyone to read the IMF documents and draw your own conclusions, but what I gathered is there are mounting concerns about the potential for volatility and disruptions in the markets.
To say this more bluntly, the forecast requires you to be prepared for emergencies and new policies coming within 24 months.
Policy makers see crises as opportunities to pass bad policies that the citizens would not agree to on non-crisis days.
The report mentions risks and ask “how could today’s financial vulnerabilities make the road bumpy?”
In expected bankers’ newspeak, he admits this could “trigger a more painful adjustment.”
Please ask your family, are they prepared for the monetary system’s painful adjustment?
Their statements make it obvious to me they are prepared to ramrod new policies through all social and political opposition during the next crisis to further their global agenda.
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On 19 April 2018 the IMF published “A Window of Opportunity Remains Open: The Managing Director’s Global Policy Agenda Update“, warning about potential risks such as “escalating trade conflicts and financial market volatility“…
The emphasis is mine as mainstream mass media fail to report discussions about alternatives to the current dangerously unstable IMS.
Wars can cover-up many things, with trade & currency wars always in the mix.
Wouldn’t the People on earth be better-off pursuing alternatives to the current destructive, debt-bondage system that fund wars?