When the markets fall, there are real implications for the economy and consumers.
But the big picture doesn’t get much better than this.
The markets collapse, and the country gets a glimpse of what is coming next.
For many Americans, the future looks very bleak, even apocalyptic.
But it could get much worse.
Here are some reasons why.
First, there’s a fundamental change happening in the American economy.
In a very short time, the global economy has slowed down.
In fact, the U.S. economy is now doing even worse than the global one.
The chart below shows the U:M global GDP growth rate for the past 10 years.
The black lines are for the period between 2008 and 2021.
The red line shows the median growth rate over the 10 years, with the darker lines indicating higher growth rates.
The line in the middle is the median.
For a very long time, there were two different growth rates, with both showing very positive growth.
But since 2020, there has been a gradual change, as the U was becoming less dependent on the global financial system.
This has led to a major decline in U.M. global GDP, with growth falling by almost 10 percent between 2020 and 2021, according to the World Bank.
In contrast, China grew at a much higher rate, at a faster rate than the U., in both years.
The biggest driver of this decline has been the massive reduction in the price of goods and services.
In the last 10 years U.W. inflation has been close to zero, and China’s has been well above zero.
But in the past few years, inflation has spiked.
The Chinese economy has also suffered the largest drop in GDP in its history.
In 2021, China lost more than a quarter of its value.
The U.K., Japan and the U,S.
have all lost more, and this has led the U to have the most negative growth rate in the world.
The same thing is happening in Europe, which was in a much better position to absorb the impact of a global slowdown than the United States was.
This is because European growth was growing at a higher rate than U.G.G., which was growing more slowly than the rest of the world, according the World Economic Forum.
The slowdown in China, however, was the main driver of U.C.P. and the rise of the euro zone, which led to the collapse of the European Union.
This has led Europe to suffer a severe economic slowdown, and has left the European Central Bank with little money to buy bonds and buy government debt.
This also has caused the U and the European nations to be left behind in terms of their debt obligations.
In the United Kingdom, the economy is expected to be flat by 2020, and GDP is expected only to grow by around 2 percent a year, compared to the 3.7 percent growth rate seen in the rest the world in the same period.
In Japan, the country is forecast to lose more than half its value by 2020.
This will leave the country with a $13 trillion hole to fill by 2031.
In Europe, a lot of the pain has already been felt.
The European Central, the central bank, has said it is prepared to default on the debts of its members.
But even if this happens, it will likely be too late to save the continent from a massive decline in its economic position.
And the biggest threat to the U’s future is not a slowdown in the global market, but the economic slowdown itself.
The market crash has created a lot more uncertainty than ever before.
The stock market is at record lows, and stocks are falling, with prices falling from their peak at the start of 2017.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 880 points, or nearly 9 percent, in 2017, according with The Dow Jones Insider.
This was the biggest fall since April of 1929, when the Dow had hit a record high of 3,821.
The average gain for the Dow over the last decade was 534.9 points, according The New York Times.
This is the worst performance since the Great Depression.
It’s also a far cry from the stock market crash of 1929.
In 1929, the Dow fell more than 6,000 points in less than two hours.
The most important reason for the stock bubble is that investors are now buying up as much debt as they can, creating an extremely volatile stock market.
The Dow has crashed more than 800 points since January, when it was trading near all-time highs.
The U. S. is in the worst economic slump since the 1930s.
There are a lot people that are sitting on their money, and many of them have very large amounts of debt.
That means they are likely to continue to do so in the coming years, as U.U.S.-style debt becomes a greater part of the U the country’s economy.
This in turn means the country will face an even bigger debt crisis, which could lead to more