China – If things didn't end badly, they would never endMark Melin
There has been a concern among certain economists and hedge fund practitioners that the improper use of debt and excessive free market manipulation of interest could lead to a disastrous consequence. Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass, for instance, with his questioning of quantitative manipulation in Japan and the nation’s untenable sovereign debt situation, where debt to GDP grew from 191.8% in 2008 to 250.4% in 2016, is an example of practioner thought betting against . . .
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