One of the most powerful financial firms in the world, Deutsche Bank, has now issued a dire warning to the US warning of the danger Joe Biden’s economic policies pose to the country.
As The Hill reports:
On June 7, Deutsche Bank issued its first report of the new series, titled “Inflation: The defining macro story of this decade.”
According to the report, “US macro policy and, indeed, the very role of government in the economy, is undergoing its biggest shift in direction in 40 years. In turn we are concerned that it will bring about uncomfortable levels of inflation.”
That could be deemed an understatement considering that the U.S. economy is already experiencing “uncomfortable” inflation.
The Deutsche Bank report concludes with this dire warning, “We worry that inflation will make a comeback. Few still remember how our societies and economies were threatened by high inflation 50 years ago. The most basic laws of economics, the ones that have stood the test of time over a millennium, have not been suspended. An explosive growth in debt-financed largely by central banks is likely to lead to higher inflation. … Rising prices will touch everyone. The effects could be devastating, particularly for the most vulnerable in society. Sadly, when central banks do act at this stage, they will be forced into abrupt policy change which will only make it harder for policymakers to achieve the social goals that our societies need.”
But with Biden and the Democrats seemingly hellbent on expanding the money supply and national debt even more with a massive ‘infrastructure’ plan it seems Deutsche Bank’s warnings are falling on deaf ears.