The Treasury’s Worst-Case Scenario: Over $3.3 Trillion In Student Loans In A Decade

The Treasury’s Worst-Case Scenario: Over $3.3 Trillion In Student Loans In A Decade (ZeroHedge, Dec 10, 2014):

“… If the unemployment rate were to edge up after reaching a trough in two years and the gap between U-6 and unemployment remains as wide as it is today – in excess of historical norms – the size of the program would be expected to reach roughly $3.3 trillion in 2024, $1.7 trillion more than in the base case.” – TBAC

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  1. Is it just possible that the perpetuity of fiat based debt production to feed the Keynesian based economic recovery we are all enjoying, is to be continued ad nauseum, until the king really has no clothes?

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