Debt to GDP Soars to 124%, Government’s Excessive Money Printing Sparks Concerns of Long-Term Economic Fallout and Inflationary Pressures

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The soaring Debt to GDP ratio at 124%, driven by the government’s extensive money printing, poses a heightened risk of long-term economic consequences and increased inflationary pressures. Despite a slight dip from the previous peak in 2020, the current ratio remains a cause for concern.

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The U.S. is Reaching an Inflection Point Where Debt Quickly Gets Even Worse: Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, warns that the soaring U.S. government debt, now at $33.7 trillion, is nearing a critical point. The rapid 45% increase in debt since early 2020 and a $1.7 trillion deficit last year have escalated the financial burden, with $659 billion spent on debt interest in fiscal 2023. Dalio highlights the danger of this trend, noting that the U.S. is reaching an inflection point where continued spending and borrowing will exacerbate existing political and social issues. Additionally, he points out a supply-demand problem in U.S. Treasurys, with foreign buyers, who constitute 40% of the market, reducing their holdings significantly.

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