vrijdag 3 mei 2013

Deficit to Outlay Ratio

This page is created to monitor the U.S. Deficit to Outlay Ratio.

It measures how much of the government spending (outlays), comes from borrowing of foreign money (deficit).

A deficit to outlay ratio above 40% indicates that there is a high probability of hyperinflation.

Today (2013) we have an unprecedented deficit to outlay ratio of 30%.

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