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Questions: As the Perfect Storm Approaches...

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Given that there are some pretty smart and experienced analytical heads around here:

As the perfect storm approaches, which poses the most immediate threat to the world's financial system - national bond defaults, currency collapse, stock market crash or corporate bond defaults?

Does the interconnectedness of bonds, stocks and currencies mean that once one sector goes down contagion will rip through the whole system faster than a Californian wildfire?

Who is sitting on the majority of risk/liability/exposure - central banks, investment banks, private investors or corporations?

And, when it happens, how much of the burden is likely to be underwritten by governments at the expense of tax payers?

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