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Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Wed 02 Nov 2011, 09:20:49
by M_B_S
Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

The next 20 years are going to be completely unlike the last two decades. How the world works, how stocks grow, the very nature of investing and how our economy functions—all of these are due for fundamental, earth-shaking change. As investors, we have to adjust the way we look at the world.
Chris Martenson
Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheGoldR ... z1cYcgVRdl
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What did you left us grandfather?

:idea:

http://event.orange.com/default/EN/all/ ... _jo__3.htm

M_B_S

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Wed 02 Nov 2011, 09:59:55
by DomusAlbion
"Could Limit" ? Ha, ha :lol:

Martenson is being coy and tailoring his message to the audience. He knows and has stated previously that PO will and already has caused economic disruption.

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Wed 02 Nov 2011, 19:15:05
by peripato
DomusAlbion wrote:"Could Limit" ? Ha, ha :lol:

Martenson is being coy and tailoring his message to the audience. He knows and has stated previously that PO will and already has caused economic disruption.

Yeah, that's funny, it's like saying that death could limit your breathing.

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Wed 02 Nov 2011, 23:18:17
by ralfy

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 06 Nov 2011, 17:05:36
by Madpaddy
Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth


Really, you think!

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Fri 25 Nov 2011, 04:19:53
by M_B_S
Oil price could strangle economic recovery hopes: IEA

The IEA's Fatih Birol said the world economy was in a more fragile state now than during the crisis of 2008-2009, when oil prices were lower.


Source: http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/ ... 2020111124
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q.e.d.

M_B_S

Global economic growth in 2018 on track to be fastest since

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 11:01:11
by AdamB
The global economy is set to grow by almost 4% in 2018 in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, adding an extra $5 trillion to global output at current values, according to new projections in PwC’s Global Economy Watch. The main engines of the global economy – the US, emerging Asia and the Eurozone – are expected to contribute almost 70% of economic growth in 2018 compared to their post-2000 average of around 60%. Growth in the Eurozone is predicted to be above 2% in 2018, as PwC expects the peripheral economies to outpace the core for the fifth consecutive year. Of the larger Eurozone economies, the Netherlands is expected to lead the way with economic growth at around 2.5%. By contrast, uncertainty relating to Brexit is expected to drag on UK growth, which is predicted to be 1.4% in 2018. Barret Kupelian, senior


Global economic growth in 2018 on track to be fastest since 2011

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 12:54:58
by Subjectivist
Things are certainly booming in Toledo, I havn’t seen this mch construction going on any time since 2008!

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 13:22:00
by onlooker
Logically Energy constraints WILL curtail economic growth

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 14:43:51
by asg70
onlooker wrote:Logically Energy constraints WILL curtail economic growth


Sure, but the question then becomes when. This thread trailed off all the way back in 2011 with posters making the same sort of vague "end is nigh" suggestions as the above. Not that useful.

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 14:52:10
by onlooker
asg70 wrote:
onlooker wrote:Logically Energy constraints WILL curtail economic growth


Sure, but the question then becomes when. This thread trailed off all the way back in 2011 with posters making the same sort of vague "end is nigh" suggestions as the above. Not that useful.

At least you concede that Asg. A few here don't even want to concede that

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Sun 31 Dec 2017, 15:34:02
by asg70
onlooker wrote:At least you concede that Asg. A few here don't even want to concede that


Are you sure? Who is saying that?

It's possible that some people, in their zeal to pushback the notion that doom is now, come across as though doom will be never. It's important to hold onto a broader spectrum than just the next, let's say, 5 years.

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Tue 09 Jan 2018, 17:58:52
by onlooker
https://www.ft.com/content/4b9e6190-f55 ... 65a6ce1a00
umm, PO not cited as reason
Global economic growth has peaked, says World Bank

Re: Peak Oil Could Limit Economic Growth

Unread postPosted: Tue 09 Jan 2018, 18:21:57
by GHung
onlooker wrote:https://www.ft.com/content/4b9e6190-f55e-11e7-88f7-5465a6ce1a00
umm, PO not cited as reason
Global economic growth has peaked, says World Bank


Subscribe to the FT to read: Financial Times Global economic growth has peaked, says World Bank


.... or don't.