This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Joe Blogs, Gregory Mannarino, The Atlantis Report, and Tech Revolution.
Joe Blogs discusses China’s imploding economy with manufacturing crashing as output unexpectedly shrinks. Gregory Mannarino says the US treasury is officially bankrupt and will borrow $1 trillion from the Fed. The Atlantis Report shares news of Target crashing to the ground as more stores get wiped out. Tech Revolution shares news of Saudi Arabia solidifying ties with China as they back China with a mega project.
Oct 31, 2023
CHINA is in Deep Trouble and the latest data for October reveals that the Chinese Manufacturing Industry is now CONTRACTING unexpectedly. Exports & Imports are also falling and the economic problems have caused a crash in the value of the Yuan. The huge problems in the Property sector are also continuing and to make matters worse China is experiencing one of its worst years for Typhoons which are resulting in major damage and huge costs. In this video I provide full details of the latest economic performance and discuss the potential impact on the Global Economy.
Oct 31, 2023
Alert! THE U.S. TREASURY IS OFFICIALLY BANKRUPT! WILL BORROW ONE TRILLION FROM THE FED. Mannarino
The Atlantis Report
Oct 31, 2023
Target is experiencing a severe crisis that is threatening to wipe out its existence. Sadly, it doesn’t seem like there’s so much that can be done to avert the situation. As this mega-retailer goes down in a heavy fall, several other stores are losing the battle against the prevailing stormy winds as well. The end is looming.
Oct 31, 2023
In a recent statement, Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister, Mohammed al-Jadaan, emphasized the importance of showing support and cooperation towards China. Rather than opposing them, to address the debt challenges faced by low-income countries. Al-Jadaan made these remarks during a panel discussion at the IMF conference in Morocco.
He expressed concern that antagonizing China could harm the very nations that require assistance. Instead, he suggested that countries should demonstrate goodwill towards China and other creditors, particularly when it comes to helping low-income nations find solutions to their debt problems.
The Saudi finance minister’s comments came in response to criticism surrounding China’s investments in Africa and other financially struggling nations. These investments have been criticized for creating debt traps and prioritizing Beijing’s interests over the needs of local communities.
Al-Jadaan urged world leaders and financial institution executives to collaborate with China to establish a common framework for addressing the growing debt crisis in low-income countries.
He also acknowledged China’s contributions to infrastructure development in Africa and emphasized the need to appreciate their efforts, as they stepped in when others were hesitant.
Instead of criticizing China, he advocated for recognizing the positive impact it has had on other nations. At a crucial panel session held during the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank in Marrakesh, Morocco, on October 12, 2023, Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister, Mohammed al-Jadaan, came out in strong support of China.
He defended China against criticism over its investments in infrastructure in low-income African and other countries. The event brought together influential figures like Kristalina Georgieva, the managing director of the IMF, and Ajay Banga, the president of the World Bank Group.
Al-Jadaan used this platform to address the issue directly, stressing the need to “set the record straight.” His message was clear: it was time to reconsider how we perceive China’s role in these investments.
He highlighted a crucial point – that China had been willing to invest in Africa when others were hesitant. China’s commitment to building infrastructure that would stay in Africa was a key point for Al-Jadaan.
He emphasized that these projects couldn’t be taken back to China, showing China’s dedication to supporting development and economic growth in these countries. Furthermore, Al-Jadaan emphasized a less-discussed aspect of this issue: the substantial risks China had taken on for these nations.
While others avoided investing, China had shown a willingness to take on significant risks to support the development of infrastructure and economies in these regions. Instead of adopting a confrontational stance towards China, Al-Jadaan suggested taking a more balanced perspective.
He encouraged recognizing that China’s actions were motivated by its interests but had also played a substantial role in helping other nations. This approach, he believed, would promote more constructive discussions and cooperation on global financial matters.
It’s worth noting that this panel discussion was particularly important, featuring the heads of both the World Bank and the IMF, highlighting the significance of addressing this issue.
Zambia’s Minister of Finance and National Planning, Situmbeko Musokotwane, also participated, adding diverse viewpoints to the conversation. Importantly, China was not represented on this panel, making Al-Jadaan’s remarks even more significant in shaping future discussions on this complex issue.
China has emerged as a global powerhouse in the realm of sovereign debt, largely due to its substantial investments in infrastructure projects associated with the Belt and Road Initiative over the past decade.
This initiative, spanning continents and encompassing numerous developing nations, has been both praised for its potential to stimulate economic growth and criticized for its implications on debt sustainability.
One of the key criticisms leveled against the Belt and Road Initiative is that it places developing nations in a precarious financial position. This viewpoint stems from the significant financial commitments required by these countries to fund the extensive infrastructure projects associated with the initiative.
These projects, while promising potential economic growth and connectivity, often come with substantial debt burdens for the recipient nations.
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