Uncle Sam’s Credit Line Running Out?
16/11/2008 § Leave a comment
The Treasury is set to borrow $550 billion in the current quarter alone and $368 billion in the first quarter of 2009. "Near-term pressures on Treasury finances are much more intense than we had thought," Goldman Sachs economists commented when the government announced its borrowing projections last week.
It may finally be catching up with Uncle Sam. That’s what the yield curve may be whispering. But some economists are too deaf, or dumb, to get it.
GET OUT WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!