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Who Wants To Buy Some Saudi Stocks Just As The Region Descends Into Chaos?!

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4 comments on “Who Wants To Buy Some Saudi Stocks Just As The Region Descends Into Chaos?!

  1. The region has always been unstable. What can create some form of stability is that MbS becomes king of KSA, he will be there for a long time. This is a change from a string of geriatrics in the past and present.

  2. Here you go:
    http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/

    This is just the acknowledged debt. how much in the shadows?/ Why would anyone trust anything right now? PRINT until you drop.

    • Ok, that was alarming. So the debts just get bigger, interest increases rapidly, no one pays down debts….then what? Who (what) owns these debts?

    • Yep, no off-balance-sheet debt like medicare and pensions which will probably be reneged on.

      But others’ numbers are misleadingly better – you can click on a country to get details. Example:

      “In Singapore’s case, she borrows to invest, not to spend. She is in fact a net CREDITOR country, NOT a net debtor. We are always asked, why does she borrow? She can borrow cheap and reinvest the funds.”

      http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/debtclock/singapore

      “The Norwegian central government is in a net asset position, i.e. the government’s total financial assets exceed the total debt. They borrow cheap to then re-invest.”

      http://www.nationaldebtclocks.org/debtclock/norway

      These are two best places to work or live, though Norway is very dependent on oil exports.

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