When does the financial crisis end? (Infographic)

Posted February 03, 2018 02:10:13Financial crises can often feel like an abstract idea, a series of words or a set of symbols.

They don’t make any difference.

And in reality, they often can’t be seen or heard.

But when they come to the surface, they have real consequences.

That is because when a crisis does come to a head, it can be the beginning of a long, messy and costly process.

It can also be the end of an era, a major shift in the way we work, the economy and even the way our lives are organized.

And what can you do about it?

If you or someone you know is suffering from a financial crisis, you should take the following steps to make sure you’re well prepared:Read on for more details.

Financial crises are the result of an imbalance in a society’s economy, and the root cause of a global financial crisis is that we’ve overinvested in a few big assets, such as our wealth, our houses and our cars, and have failed to allocate the resources we need for those things to grow.

Financial markets are not the only culprits in the problem.

The world economy has also been a victim of a housing bubble, which has led to a wave of housing bubbles that have resulted in a huge financial loss for the average person.

And the global financial system has been the focus of a host of other crises.

The following chart shows a snapshot of the world’s financial system, from the end to the beginning.

The first half of this chart is a snapshot taken in late 2009, the first year of the financial crash.

The second half shows a series from the beginning to the end, in 2010, 2013 and 2016.

The top of the chart shows the most recent 10-year average interest rate.

The bottom of the charts shows the 10-month average rate.

These charts show the overall interest rate over the course of the last 10 years, and they show that over the last five years, the overall rate of interest has been falling at an average annual rate of around 4.3%, which is below the historical average of 5.5%.

But the long-term average rate of return over the past two decades is actually higher than the historical rate of increase.

Over the last two decades, the average interest rates of bondholders have been declining, while the average rate on deposit has been increasing.

It’s not just the rates that are going up, it’s also the amount of money being borrowed at a given time.

So this is a problem of overinvestment and underinvestment.

The financial system’s financial strength is being eroded by a lack of financial resources, and that’s creating a real financial problem.

A number of different factors are involved in creating financial crises, but here’s what we know so far about the underlying causes.

The financial system relies on two key components: the demand for credit, and its supply.

The demand for debt is one of the core drivers of the economy.

And it’s a very important one.

If we can’t get enough money to borrow at low interest rates, the system will eventually become over-exposed to the financial system.

This means that it will get into financial trouble and eventually fail.

The supply of money is another important driver of the system.

When the economy is over-leveraged, it tends to become overspending.

The more money people have, the more they can borrow, and this tends to drive up the interest rates on their savings.

So if the supply of debt has gone up too much, the amount they can actually borrow goes down too.

This is a huge problem for the financial markets.

The longer people are in debt, the bigger the financial problems we’re all going to have.

The result of this imbalance between demand and supply is that the financial sector can’t really provide enough liquidity to the economy, even though the economy has plenty of liquidity.

If that were to happen, the banking system would have to go under and a lot of other financial institutions could be at risk.

And that would have a big impact on the global economy.

The solution to the problem of underinvested and overspent money is to make things a little more flexible and to create financial institutions that can lend at low rates and can pay interest on money that’s not actually borrowed from the financial systems.

That means that when a bank decides to lend money, it does so at a discount rate of 10% to the interest rate on the bank’s own deposits.

If the bank makes a loan, the bank is willing to pay a higher rate to make the loan.

And if the bank gets paid back the difference, it gets a bigger bonus on the amount it paid back.

So the bank takes a smaller cut of the money it’s making.

This system is called a credit facility.

And credit facilities are also used by many countries to help reduce their indebtedness.