In 2014, Puerto Rico issued $3.5 billion in bonds backed by the full faith and credit of the Commonwealth.
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An inversion in the bond yield curve has a reputation for correctly predicting the last nine recessions.
Historically speaking, normal Fed tightening cycles consist of raising the Fed Funds Rate (FFR) by 350-425bps.
The overall US government debt is now at $26.8 trillion.
Stock markets have crawled their way back to the February/April 2018 breakdown levels but the bear market is far from over.
Puerto Rico's financial crisis is getting worse, and it is wise for investors to avoid putting their money on the island.
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Actual retirees give financial advice on how to set up a secured, content and happy future.