In a stunning study released today, one which refutes all its prior conclusions on the matter, McKinsey slams the establishment’s status quo thinking and admits that the economic gains of changes in the global economy have not been widely shared lately, especially in the developed world. It finds that between 2005 and 2014, real incomes in the world’s most advanced economies were flat or fell for 65 to 70% of households, or more than 540 million people.
from Zero Hedge:
The IMF is getting nervous, and what it appears to be most concerned about, is a collapse of the status quo.
Moments ago, in a speech in Washington, IMF head Christine Lagarde said that “The greatest challenge we face today is the risk of the world turning its back on global cooperation—the cooperation which has served us all well. We know that globalization – and increased integration – over…
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