US Faces Alarming Debt Trajectory, Projected to Reach 200% Debt to GDP in 20 Years.

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Under current fiscal policies, the Debt to GDP ratio in the US is projected to reach 200% within 20 years. Before 2020, the Debt to GDP in the US was approximately 100%, and prior to 2008, it was around 60%. Current estimates indicate that the US will accumulate $50 trillion in total debt by 2033. This translates to the US adding $218 million in debt every hour until 2033. The scenario becomes precarious if the Federal Reserve fails to achieve a soft landing. The forward curves have recently reinverted, showcasing a significant move from around 50% inverted to 90% inverted in a short span.

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