2010 Predictions: World Economy

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World Economy: General – Predictions 2010

  • Due to the continuing decline in the British banking system the British GDP will fall 4.7% in 2010. (January 4, 2010)
  • Global imbalances and sovereign debt issues (nations will be unable to pay their debts in the year ahead) will weaken the economic stability of many nations across the globe. Below is a list of nations (listed by order of severity) that will be most adversely affected by the July 2010 T-Square configuration that are at risk of sovereign debt default:
    1. Russia
    2. United States
    3. Austria
    4. Macedonia
    5. Iceland
    6. Georgia
    7. Croatia
    8. Mexico
    9. Greece
    10. Argentina
    11. Slovenia
    12. Spain

    (January 4, 2010)

  • The economic model of globalization that was established by the transnational corporate groups during the mid-sixties (Uranus/Pluto conjunction) and dominated most of the planet during the past 40 years is in its last death throes and will be replaced starting in 2010 with a progressive and sustainable system. (March 1, 2009)

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