Growth of Debt

May 30th, 2015
in News, econ_news, syndication

Chart of the Week 29 May 2015

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It is generally accepted that the Great Financial Crisis was at least in part, and likely substantially caused by excessive debt.  So how did debt change between 2008 (when the crisis occurred) and 2013 (when presumably the excessive debt should start to be in correction)?  That is the subject of this week's Chart of the Week discussion.

Total debt is discussed in video after the Read more >> jump.

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