Top 10 of global threats to the July 2012

global threatsSwaps on U.S. default grown for 3 months at 430 percent and the S & P has downgraded the first time in the history of the United States of sovereign debt rating. While the European debt crisis seemed contained, and China’s economic growth seemed to be generally not affected, and fueled the world’s GDP.

So it is hardly surprising that the collapse of the dollar analyst firm Oxford Analytica last year was the most urgent global risk (see table below), which could carry along the rest of the world into a tailspin.
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