World Finance: Total World Debt, the Reason Bonds Were Developed in Florence, Italy, the Bond Exchange System, the Risk of Purchasing a Bond During 20th Century Periods of Conflict, the Modern Day Bond Market Being Larger Than All Stock Exchanges Combined, the Danger of Inflation Destabilizing the Bond Market, How Argentina Evolved From One of the Wealthiest Countries to One of the Poorest, War Affecting the Economy and Inflation of Argentina, the Reason Argentina Experienced Sudden Massive Inflation, South American Countries Adopting the U.S. Dollar Symbol, the Etymology of “Peso”, Argentina’s Economy During the Modern Day, and American Economist John Maynard Keynes Predicting the Demise of Bonds

The total bond debt traded across the world as of 2008 was $85,000,000,000,000 ($85 trillion). Bond debt has the ability to bring once wealthy countries like Argentina, to it’s knees. Bonds are viewed as safe haven investing used to weather the storm of the stock market, commodity market, and property market. The bond system was created out of desperation. The Florentine state of Italy during the Renaissance needed to fund mercenaries to protect their city from other states which had hired merce...

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