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    Default Re: Beware the ‘mother of all credit bubbles’

    Quote Originally Posted by Thailandnotes View Post
    I think those were the major points of the column...corporations are using "free money" not to invest, but for buybacks, and printing money if more bailouts are needed may or may not be possible.

    Why invest when it's cheaper to import goods and services?
    Last edited by touchring; 06-11-18 at 10:28 AM.

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