How The U.S. Avoided A Recession For A Decade

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  1. Jmunny Rulz

    Jmunny RulzIl y a 13 heures

    We avoided a recession by feeding cash from the fed. This was destined to occur.

  2. Boowt Bwj

    Boowt BwjIl y a jour

    WHO'S ZOOMING WHOM HERE.... THE U.S. DEBT $23,000,000,000,000.00 TRILLION FOLKS INTEREST YEARLY $850,000,000,000.00 ANNUALLY NO WONDER THE DEPT OF DEFENSE BUDGET IS $770,000,000,000.00 BILLIONS CUTTING SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE MEDICAID CUTS ALL HELL IS GETTING READY TO HIT THE STREETS.....WALL STREET 2.. jb

  3. Broadsword Calling

    Broadsword CallingIl y a 4 jours

    Near Zero Interest Rates. Stealth QE subsidizing the riches assets on the back of the working class. Saved ya 11 minutes.

  4. Vincent A

    Vincent AIl y a 4 jours

    "US Government Agencies like the Treasury Department and The Federal Reserve"...The 12 banks of the Federal Reserve are essentially private corporations, not US Government Agencies. The Board of Governors is a governmental agency tasked with oversight and reporting, but each back retains its own board apart from the board of governors.

  5. J Roig

    J RoigIl y a 5 jours

    "Pretty sustainable picture" says Powell. In the meantime the US household debt is now higher than it was in 2007

  6. calipdis2

    calipdis2Il y a 5 jours

    All fueled by debt and money printing... Where is the pride in that? When It comes it will hit HARD!

  7. Tom Cieminski

    Tom CieminskiIl y a 5 jours

    Don't worry, there's some financial scam out there, making some people a lot of money at the expense of everyone else; a common policy of the boomer generation.

  8. David Siitherism

    David SiitherismIl y a 5 jours

    America: 'Our Longest economic expansion is a decade' Australia: 'That's cute'

  9. Michael Lomenzo

    Michael LomenzoIl y a 5 jours

    Drugs. AKA - the Fed

  10. Biasly Unbiased

    Biasly UnbiasedIl y a 7 jours

    No thanks to republicons

  11. Biasly Unbiased

    Biasly UnbiasedIl y a 7 jours

    Thanks Obama

  12. Warren Hall

    Warren HallIl y a 8 jours

    Where's the miracle? Try it yourself; borrow huge sums to spend on your family, and feel the temporary wealth effect. But be sure to ignore the interest payments and your balance sheet that is coming due, either in bankruptcies or massive inflation which will be absolutely crushing.

  13. 63051

    63051Il y a 9 jours

    Printing worthless paper money and running protection racket for nitwits like the Saudi Royal Family to buy overpriced military hardware which they'll never control in return for oil and natural resource at bargain prices.

  14. Better Built

    Better BuiltIl y a 9 jours

    The chairman of the fed said it’s a sustainable picture, really? As you pump billions of dollars almost daily propping up the market and the banks!

  15. chat box's

    chat box'sIl y a 10 jours

    Obama is why sorry can't X that man out

  16. Trickster310

    Trickster310Il y a 10 jours

    By printing money durr.

  17. thegrandfinale2

    thegrandfinale2Il y a 10 jours

    CNBC will report anything, so long as it's false. Under TRUMP, we have the best economy ever!! Not tired of all this winning!!

  18. solisium

    solisiumIl y a 10 jours

    The Soviet Union ran out of money and the U.S just printed more

  19. Rocky

    RockyIl y a 11 jours

    Oh good, I thought we had to pump a bunch of free money into system. Unemployment at 3%. Gonna go out and buy more stuff I don’t need.

  20. jose cortes

    jose cortesIl y a 11 jours

    Recession???? -millionaires

  21. Nameless Progressive Clone

    Nameless Progressive CloneIl y a 11 jours

    Unprecedented artificial interest rate suppression. That's the reason. Nothing else. The Federal Reserve printed trillions and pumped it into the system.

  22. Christopher Davis

    Christopher DavisIl y a 12 jours

    Ohhh it's coming

  23. Dag Koj

    Dag KojIl y a 12 jours

    Those that left behind are the lazy and uneducated ones.

  24. Ed Parachini

    Ed ParachiniIl y a 13 jours

    Actually the Fed was responsible for the depression, as it wasn't a recession. They knew the banks were over extending and selling crap stocks to innocent people. My wife and I went from half a million invested to twenty thousand, not because we withdrew money but because it evaporated. Greenspan had gotten so powerful he could say something unofficially and Wall Street would respond in panic. Using Bernie Sanders a socialist as a spokes person is stupid as he's one of those rich people he wants to "take the money from' What he really wants to do is add to his own pocket. I'd make a better president than any of the demos that are currently running and I don't want the job. Obuma should have made the banks accountable and sent them to jail, instead he allowed them to give top people large bonus. Had he given 10 grand to everyone making less then $100,000 dollars the economy would have been back on track almost instantly. Instead he wanted to help out his pals who had supported him. What he did was treason. No bank is so big it can't fail and they should have all failed and been sold to anyone who wanted to buy them that was American.

  25. Lonnie Smith

    Lonnie SmithIl y a 13 jours

    And The Orange terd is running it into the ground

  26. Anthony G

    Anthony GIl y a 14 jours

    Printing 10+ trillion dollars and stuffing those digits into the banking system will do wacky things.

  27. Jim Davis

    Jim DavisIl y a 14 jours

    THE BAILOUT LOL

  28. Javier Ramirez

    Javier RamirezIl y a 14 jours

    Economy only affect the rich so why do I care

  29. Benjamin Cheney

    Benjamin CheneyIl y a 15 jours

    This has been a phony recovery. Bailing out the bank and reinflating the bubbles only kicked the can down the road. The is a whole lot bigger now. They can't even normalize interest rates.

  30. Benjamin Cheney

    Benjamin CheneyIl y a 15 jours

    The whole decade felt like one long recession.

  31. R SAGAR

    R SAGARIl y a 15 jours

    if you want to get rich why not develop an amazing idea and turn that into a billion dollar buisness. Why blame the rich people for that

  32. Edray13

    Edray13Il y a 16 jours

    It was this episode that I realized the money they have is just imaginary.

  33. Frank Me

    Frank MeIl y a 16 jours

    We didn't get half the commercials on YT we get today. I get a lot of commercials and a lot of long commercials. Feed me.

  34. Mauricio Tobon

    Mauricio TobonIl y a 16 jours

    A decade without recession doesn't mean progress for all...

  35. Mauricio Tobon

    Mauricio TobonIl y a 16 jours

    As long as inequality keeps rising at an unsustainable rate...

  36. Glen McInnes

    Glen McInnesIl y a 17 jours

    Only a decade, poor US, so economically dim, Australia has avoided a rescission for over 30 tears

  37. tristanpr

    tristanprIl y a 8 jours

    by sucking up to China, yeah, they have, but now their heads are turned to Bejing

  38. Fror Firebasher

    Fror FirebasherIl y a 17 jours

    Maybe this next recession will end with the beheading of the top 1%.

  39. Arden McConnell

    Arden McConnellIl y a 17 jours

    Trump's lying about the economy. It's teetering under it's enormously inflated weight. Obama fixed the Great Recession of Bush's, Trump's destroying it. Look out.

  40. Cory Larsen

    Cory LarsenIl y a 18 jours

    Check out things like CNBC's video on Corporate Debt. This could be the trigger of the next recession

  41. Rodney Fosdick

    Rodney FosdickIl y a 18 jours

    When Bernie talks I just laugh hates rich people sorry they are successful bud someone’s gotta be

  42. Robert Mitchell

    Robert MitchellIl y a 19 jours

    The stock market benefits the rich and doesn't help the poor the way it's set up. For us to stabilize America, we need bipartisan leadership under the Constitution, by our forefathers, that gives us Freedom, Choice, and Equality to all. However, Trump's Partisan Alien Republican Government hurts America by ignoring the Constitution and increasing the wealth of the rich and making the poor people poorer. A strong economy does not balance what was taken away from America. We have hate created by Trump. We have gone deeper into peacetime debt than we ever have. Poverty has grown and rich people have become a lot richer under Trump. We have changed a Proud America to a Bewildered America...

  43. txsphere

    txsphereIl y a 19 jours

    Actually we do have an over building problem. Wake up CNBC.

  44. hi ho

    hi hoIl y a 19 jours

    Old Bernie always forgets to include the federal reserve. The balance sheet of the fed is in the trillions not billions

  45. Spam Email

    Spam EmailIl y a 19 jours

    Fiat currency.

  46. Arvind Talukdar

    Arvind TalukdarIl y a 20 jours

    The media is a really bad fighter. The fighter gets knocked down. Tells himself he won’t get knocked down that way again, then gets knocked down a different way. The recession isnt going to happen over housing. My money(literally) is on massive inflation because of mass labor shortages, or collapse of dollar

  47. carlos

    carlosIl y a 20 jours

    talk about fake news???

  48. george m.

    george m.Il y a 20 jours

    We gave billionaires tax breaks and We went Back to printing, borrowing and spending after Trump took over so let’s party while good times roll on borrowed cash

  49. The Joker

    The JokerIl y a 20 jours

    Want to totally blow a Democrats Mind and make them cry even more? Remind them idiots if Trump is Impeached in the house & not in the senate and is acquitted in the senate, he can run 2 more times. The U.S. Constitution states that if a president is impeached by the House but not by the senate, That sitting president that was impeached by the House that sitting president first term is nullified and they are 100% eligible for office of the president 2 more times that means Trump will be president for a total of 12 years! LOOK IT UP YOU IDIOT DEMOCRATS!

  50. Kevin Bru

    Kevin BruIl y a 20 jours

    The banks used TARP to buy other banks, and Republicans cheered. Obama used it to grow the economy, and Republicans said he was reckless.

  51. Matthew Meyer

    Matthew MeyerIl y a 20 jours

    The richest 1% feed 100%. If you are 1 of the 99% percent who has not contributed to meaningful wealth creation you are a leech. You say you go to work and make income but what in fact is happening is you are taking from the revenue made by someone else. You company makes revenue and they are kind enough to give you a cut as a gesture of good will though you didn't contribute to wealth and job creation one ioda. You risked nothing and invested nothing yet somehow you still get to eat. That is the injustice.

  52. Free Opinion

    Free OpinionIl y a 20 jours

    frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-55rplfo_KS8.html

  53. SABORLATINO LORTIDEM

    SABORLATINO LORTIDEMIl y a 20 jours

    DONT GET MARRIED DONT HAVE KIDS! LIFE IS GOOD!

  54. nicholas dean

    nicholas deanIl y a 20 jours

    We didn't avoid it there is parts of the economy that was and still is in a recession/bear market

  55. Kris Chillinsky

    Kris ChillinskyIl y a 20 jours

    8:12 maybe if we keep from over building we keep ourselves out of another ressecion

  56. Kris Chillinsky

    Kris ChillinskyIl y a 20 jours

    the new old people are not intellegent and wise as the predeccesors. they are just old. we are screwd. we are out of wisdom in the govt. we are led by imposters!!!!

  57. Kris Chillinsky

    Kris ChillinskyIl y a 20 jours

    well we got a republican pres and as soon as a dem gets in the withe house their "good intentions" will put us back into a economic crisis.

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    Kin Chung CheukIl y a 20 jours

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  59. Kin Chung Cheuk

    Kin Chung CheukIl y a 20 jours

    history of coco french Lincardinal populism. to pension funds

  60. Al X

    Al XIl y a 20 jours

    ' US government agencies like the ... federal reserve .." huh?

  61. Edward Dodson

    Edward DodsonIl y a 21 jour

    President's have always played fast and loose with reality when it comes to how they describe the state of the U.S. economy. The current administration is only the latest group whose decisions have weakened not strengthened the stability of our economy and, by extension, our society. ideological bias (or blindness) is a major part of the problem. Whether there is a Republican or a Democrat in the White House this problem exists. Each party relies on experts trained in economics that adhere to macroeconomic theories and policies that have proven ineffective at preventing either recessions or inflation. Neither demand management nor supply-side economic policies nor money, interest and credit supply policies have worked. The nation has experienced a dozen recessionary downturns -- some more serious than others -- just since the end of the Second World War. We are, I believe, headed for another downturn that will look far more like 1932 than even 2008. Back in 2014 I gave a talk at the Henry George birthplace in Philadelphia describing the long series of bad policy decisions and changes in law that doomed our nation to ever-deeper cycles of boom and bust. The causes of these cyclical crises have always been there because powerful vested interests have made sure that a redistribution of income and wealth from producers to non-producing monopolistic and rent-seeking interests have been protected. Most of our elected representatives have participated in this game. Economic cycles are a particular outcome of a tax system that rewards speculation and passive investment over income earned producing goods and providing services. A reasonably progressive individual income tax and a high tax on inheritance and estates served to mitigate the worst effects. The delicate balance began to unravel beginning in the 1970s as the nation tried to respond to the rapid increase in the price of fossil fuels. Wage and price controls did not work. Financial deregulation began with changes in law permitting the first money market mutual funds, funds that eventually pulled billions of dollars from the nation's thrifts and causing the S&L Crisis of the late 1980s. Reagan era policies accelerated the problems by combining tax reductions with increased military spending. The era of perpetual deficit spending and climbing national debt was underway. The Clinton administration opened the gate to the "too big to fail" problem of banking with repeal of Glass-Steagal. One bad piece of legislation after another followed in administration after administration. The current administration has sealed our fate. No one is even asking where the funds will come from to service $30 trillion public debt

  62. 1carkeet

    1carkeetIl y a 21 jour

    Every time I let youtube play it always defaults to NBC garbage news or something from Warren Buffet...absolutely frustrating.