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GEAB N°32 (February 16, 2009) – Contents

{{4th quarter 2009 – Beginning of Phase 5 of the global systemic crisis: phase of global geopolitical dislocation}} Back in February 2006, LEAP/E2020 estimated that the global systemic crisis would unfold in 4 main structural phases: trigger, acceleration, impact and decanting phases. This process enabled us to properly anticipate events ...

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GEAB N°23 (March 15, 2008) – Contents

{{Global systemic crisis – End of 2008: Pension funds go off the rails }} By the end of 2008, a formidable debacle will affect pension funds all over the world, endangering the entire system of capital-based pensions. This financial calamity will bear a particularly dramatic human dimension because it will ...

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GEAB N°22 (February 16, 2008) – Contents

{{Global systemic crisis / September 2008 – Phase of collapse of US real economy }} The end of the third quarter of 2008 will be marked by a new tipping point in the unfolding of the global systemic crisis. In the United States, this new tipping point will translate into ...

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Value of international academic degrees: How to choose today an international degree that will still be worth something in ten to twenty years? by GEAB

As LEAP/E2020 often unlined it since January 2006, the global systemic crisis affects all fields and sectors of contemporary human activity. It is in this sense that this crisis differs from a classical crisis limited to this or that sector/region. In this edition of the GlobalEurope Anticipation Bulletin, our team ...

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GEAB N°21 (Januray 16, 2008) – Contents

{{2008: Full global impact phase of the Very Great US Depression}} From now to this summer in particular, the financial crisis triggered by the US subprime mortgage loans will turn into a much wider-ranging crisis involving the implosion of the Credit Default Swaps (CDS) market. This will represent a now ...

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GEAB N°20 (December 16, 2007) – Contents

{{European real estate in 2008: Spain and UK deep into the crisis / Eastern Europe near housing bubble burst}} Before describing the situation in new EU member-states, let’s examine the evolution of two Western European markets which LEAP/E2020 predicted were about to decline, i.e. Spain and UK… (page 2) (Learn ...

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GEAB N°19 (November 15, 2007 ) – Contents

{{International banks get dragged into financial crisis’ « black hole »: Four triggering factors of a major financial bankruptcy}} LEAP/E2020 now estimates that at least one large US financial institution (bank, insurance, investment fund) will file for bankruptcy before February 2008, sparking off bankruptcies among a series of other financial ...

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GEAB N°18 (October 16, 2007 ) – Contents

{{Seven sequences of the impact phase of the global systemic crisis (2007-2009)}} The magnitude of the first banking financial shock felt last August indicated to our team of researchers that the impact will develop under the form of seven sequences or seven major shocks affecting sometimes specifically the world’s main ...

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GEAB N°17 (September 16, 2007 ) – Contents

{{At the heart of the crisis: « The trading of the US debt »}} The main cause to the current systemic crisis is in the United States. This “end of the Western world as we’ve known it since 1945 ” anticipated by LEAP/E2020 in February 2006, is the collapse in ...

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February 16th 2007

{{Global systemic crisis – April 2007: Inflexion point of the phase of impact / US economy enters recession}} In this February issue, LEAP/E2020 details the nature and sequence of ongoing developments meant for all concerned players (currency or financial market operators, investors, international traders, political and economic decisions-makers or analysts) ...

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January 16th 2007

{{Impact phase of the Global Systemic Crisis: Six aspects of America’s « Very Great Depression » }} The year 2007 will witness the sliding of the US into the « Very Great Depression », i.e., the rare historical conjunction of a severe economic depression, a strategic collapse and a major ...

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