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Markets are awash with oil stocks and gold.
The oil market is now worth an estimated $6 trillion and the gold market, worth around $4 trillion, is worth around two-thirds of the entire global economy.
So, what is all of this about?
It turns out the world is in the midst of a “long-term boom,” with oil producing the vast majority of the wealth in the world and the economy at its peak.
And the oil boom is about to get much worse.
Oil prices will likely continue to be at historic highs in the next few years.
But oil prices are set to be below $40 a barrel for the next decade.
This will make the world a lot poorer, but also, it will make it much easier for the world to make more money from oil.
And that will allow the world’s major economies to make their money from other commodities, not oil.
If you’ve followed my coverage of oil and the oil market over the last few years, you know that this is a big deal.
The US is now a net oil exporter, and by 2050 it will be net oil importer.
In other words, oil exports have become a major driver of the global economy and the world economy as a whole.
But this growth has not been easy, as the world faces some very serious problems.
The global economic slowdown has left a lot of countries, especially in developing nations, facing long-term budget cuts.
The problem with this is that this cuts spending and puts a lot more pressure on the government.
The same thing is happening in China.
China’s economic slowdown is having a devastating effect on its people.
The Chinese government is cutting subsidies and government spending in order to try to reverse the trend.
And it’s having the same effect in other parts of the planet.
The situation is getting much worse in India, where many people are experiencing food shortages.
The government has been cutting social programs and instituting strict measures to reduce population growth.
And these are just a few of the problems that are facing the world today.
The most significant of these problems is the growing inequality between the world.
In the past few years the world has witnessed some of the biggest increases in inequality since the end of the Great Depression.
The world’s wealthiest countries have become more unequal.
The United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany have seen their median household income double since 2010.
Meanwhile, the richest nations in the OECD have seen the incomes of their poorest countries stagnate.
The wealth of the top 10 percent in the US, for example, is more than a trillion dollars.
The World Economic Forum has estimated that the global richest people are worth over $3.5 trillion.
And with this huge gap between rich and poor, the gap is getting wider and wider.
The Global Wealth Report, a report from the Oxford Institute for International Economics, predicts that the world will have reached a “new normal” by 2050.
But even if you believe that this new normal will be good for everyone, you can’t deny that it is going to be very hard to live with it.
The problems in the economy will get much harder to solve.
For example, the big banks will likely try to squeeze every last cent out of people in the future.
And there are likely to be other issues as well.
For instance, it is estimated that if the world wants to maintain a sustainable economic recovery, it has to cut back on fossil fuel consumption and investment.
And this means that the planet will have to get wealthier.
The good news is that the solution is easy: just cut back and have a better time.
But the big problem is that cutting back is going have to be accompanied by spending cuts.
And cutting back on spending is going, at best, to hurt people who are struggling with chronic health problems.
And so the solution, of course, is going back to the old way of doing things.
And I think that this will be one of the key challenges in the years ahead.
In fact, one of my first articles as an editor was a series of columns about the ways in which we could reduce our debt and save the world money.
And my argument is that if we really want to save the planet, we have to try a different way.
That’s what I call “small government.”
The first step in this is to find a way to cut the spending in the most inefficient and wasteful sectors of our economy.
If we want to keep the world rich, we will have only to cut spending in areas that really matter.
The big energy companies, for instance, are big contributors to the waste in our waste-to-energy plants.
We can make the money we’re wasting on fossil fuels by simply putting the money into other sectors of the economy.
We could spend less on the things we really care about and invest in things that really work.
We don’t have to worry about making money if we save the environment