The global economy is in the midst of a long and difficult recovery.
That’s not necessarily bad news for a world where global oil prices have been at or near their lowest levels in years, but there are a lot of good reasons to be concerned about what’s going on.
We have an economic system that has been rigged in favor of the few at the expense of everyone else, and that’s a real threat to our prosperity and security.
The good news is that it’s happening.
That said, we have a number of good things happening in the global economy.
Here are some of the reasons why.
Oil prices are still low 2.
The economy is still recovering from the financial crisis that we saw last year.
The global financial crisis and the subsequent economic contraction and recession has led to massive layoffs, a slowing economy, and a huge gap between rich and poor across the globe.
That has led some to speculate that a global depression is now on the horizon.
While that’s certainly not happening right now, the possibility is very real.
The next recession could be much worse than the last recession and could be more severe.
The dollar is still very strong.
We don’t have any data on how the dollar is doing, but it’s very strong and it’s keeping the world’s economy from sliding into a recession.
It’s also a sign of the strength of the U.S. dollar.
In other words, a drop in the dollar doesn’t have to mean a drop off in the economy.
It could mean the opposite.
Inflation is still high.
The U.K. is still experiencing the longest period of rising inflation in decades.
It also has the highest unemployment rate in Europe and the highest cost of living in the world.
In short, a major drop in oil prices is not likely to cause a major recession in the U, U. S., or even other parts of the world anytime soon.
China is still struggling to recover from the devastating pandemic that wiped out the Chinese economy and a lot more than a quarter of its people.
China’s economy has grown at a much slower pace than the U., U. K., or any other major economy.
And China’s trade deficit with the U and the U-K.
still outstrips the U.-K.
Still, China is recovering from a pandemic and its economy has shown a marked improvement in the last two years.
China remains the world leader in oil production, and the oil boom is set to continue for the foreseeable future.
We are not experiencing the financial meltdown of 2008.
The housing market was severely damaged in 2008, but that didn’t lead to the global financial meltdown that we have today.
Rather, the housing bubble burst because people were panicked by the prospect of losing their homes.
That, in turn, led to an increase in house prices, which caused a huge housing bubble.
That bubble burst in 2008 is now in the rearview mirror, and there’s still time for the housing market to bounce back.
That won’t happen for a long time.
The stock market has rallied since 2008.
Investors are still buying stocks.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is still up about 10% a year, which is not a huge amount, but in the long run, it could mean a huge return on investment.
And there’s no reason to think that the Fed won’t soon be easing interest rates even further, because investors are so convinced that they will be able to get a big return on their investments.
We aren’t in a deflationary spiral.
The price of oil and gold is still going up.
There are some things that have caused inflation to fall in recent years.
The world has had a huge expansion in its population and that has led many countries to cut back on their spending.
That in turn has caused inflation in those countries to fall.
But there’s also plenty of evidence that we’re not in a situation where we’re going to experience a sustained period of falling prices or rising prices.
There’s been some mild inflation in recent months, but not much, and inflation is now about 1.5% per year.
That is a relatively low level of inflation.
We haven’t experienced a serious decline in real wages in the past several years.
But the global jobless rate is still well above 10% in many countries.
And that has not translated into a fall in wages, which have been rising.
Even with the current low inflation, we’re in the middle of an expansionary recession.
The Chinese economy is improving.
China has been a major economic player in the region for decades.
China produced about 75% of the global oil output in the 1990s.
And it remains China’s largest energy supplier.
China still accounts for about 10%, or about 10.8 billion barrels, of the overall oil supply.
That means China is the biggest producer of oil in the Middle East and North Africa,