OilFinder2 wrote:Daniel_Plainview wrote:
The Eurozone recession is not only deeply relevant to the US, but it shows where the US is heading once the artificial adrenaline rushes cease to exert their influences.
You automatically assume the US will eventually revert to Europe's current path on that chart. What you fail to take into account is the possibility Europe could revert to the US's current path on that chart.
Why would that happen when all the data in Europe for the foreseeable future points in the downward direction? If you think our weak 2.2 growth rate is going to change things over there, then you need to do a little more research on global economics.