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The Financial System is Breaking Down at an Unimaginable Pace —

from Sovereign Man:

Now it’s $13 trillion.

That’s the total amount of government bonds in the world that have negative yields, according to calculations published last week by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Given that there were almost zero negative-yielding bonds just two years ago, the rise to $13 trillion is incredible.

In February 2015, the total amount of negative-yielding debt in the world was ‘only’ $3.6 trillion.

A year later in February 2016 it had nearly doubled to $7 trillion.

Now, just five months later, it has nearly doubled again to $13 trillion, up from $11.7 trillion just over two weeks ago.

Think about that: the total sum of negative-yielding debt in the world has increased in the last sixteen days alone by an amount that’s larger than the entire GDP of Russia.

Just like subprime mortgage bonds from ten years ago, these bonds are also toxic securities, since many of are issued by bankrupt governments (like Japan).

Instead of paying subprime home buyers to borrow money, investors are now paying subprime governments.

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2 comments to The Financial System is Breaking Down at an Unimaginable Pace —

    • Steelerdude

      to you and me, yes its a yawn, but someone that doesnt have a clue about this stuff, they start scratching their head and ask “holy s*it! is that really happening out there?”

      and what this article does, is point out at how fast….yes yawn if it would have read “over the last 5 years”….but it doesnt, its year over year and ” just five months later, it has nearly doubled again to $13 trillion”

      its a juggernaut, just stay out of its way….

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