Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:17    |    
    Academic and professional background
    • U.S. Air Force Academy
    • Investment banking
    • Fixed income in emerging markets
  • 04:25    |    
    Sovereign debt of the United States of America
    • Resolutions and actions of the Federal Reserve
    • Influence on fixed income and interest rates
  • 07:12    |    
    Cases of government debt around the world
    • Europe and Japan
    • The Roman Empire
    • The Spanish Empire
    • Germany after World War I
    • Great Britain after World War II
  • 10:21    |    
    Economic indicators of United States
    • Interest rates
    • Role of the Federal Reserve System (FED)
    • Currency system and devaluation
    • Fiat money
    • Reserve currency status
  • 13:00    |    
    Dangers of sovereign debt
    • Impact on armed forces and its effect on geopolitical prowess
    • The Breton Woods Agreement
    • Economic wars
  • 16:10    |    
    Todd Wood (2012)
  • 16:16    |    
    Question and answer period
  • Which are the reasons the debt of the United States is growing unsustainable?
  • 17:24    |    
    Final credits


Dangers of Growing Sovereign Debt

New Media  | 21 de octubre de 2014  | Vistas: 1

Todd Wood shares how the unsustainable increase of any country's sovereign debt can affect its economic development and military might. Wood explains the relationship between the bond market, the resolutions and influence of central banks, the currency system and the fluctuations of international interest rates. Also, he comments which are the indicators that send information and signals about the economy in both short and long term periods. Finally, Wood mentions what are the possible effects that could happen if there is no political reform to regulate sovereign debt.




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