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Bank bailouts part II?


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Wight Flight

I was hearing something about the end of forbearance in the U.S. today, and 10m mortgages being in default.

Doesn't sound good.

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One percent
1 minute ago, Wight Flight said:

I was hearing something about the end of forbearance in the U.S. today, and 10m mortgages being in default.

Doesn't sound good.

What’s forbearance?  Heard the term before but not a clue as to actual meaning. 

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Hancock
2 hours ago, MrXxxx said:

Have the banks 'learnt their lesson' or will we be asked to bail them out in the name of Covid?...

https://www.ft.com/content/64656c77-e1b7-4259-aa91-e4f61d04b63f

Discuss...

Yes they learnt the lesson that if they lend as much as they can, and it destroys the economy/society that they will get bailed out by the taxpayer.

Heads they win, tails they also win.

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nirvana
10 hours ago, One percent said:

What’s forbearance?  Heard the term before but not a clue as to actual meaning. 

agreement to delay foreclosure

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Libspero

 

The global housing market has gotten too hot to be sustained, according to Oxford Economics' deep dive into more than 121 years of housing data.

Home prices in advanced economies may be about 10% overvalued compared to the long-term, according to new research from Oxford Economics lead economist Adam Slater. This "boom," Slater notes, is one of the biggest since 1900.

The last boom period in 2006 saw home prices 13% to 15% overvalued, based on Oxford's analysis. Students of market history remember what came next — a global financial crisis, fueled by rampant speculation in the global housing market.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/global-housing-boom-home-prices-look-very-overvalued-164637180.html

 

Fire up the magic money printers Andrew.. 

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Green Devil
1 hour ago, Libspero said:

 

 

So what. Means nothing. Theyll just print another 1.6 trill in 2024 if that can be implied from that chart 🤣

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goldbug9999
2 hours ago, Libspero said:

 

 

The fiat money system can only be sustained by exponential printing as this nicely shows.

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