Global Economy Early Warning System RED ALERT Warning

OTTAWA, Sept. 24, 2011 /CNW/ - Global Economy Early Warning System (GEEWS) unit issued a RED ALERT warning for possible overall global deflation as early as late March 2012.

GEEWS warning is based on the fact that G8 nations chose austerity instead of growth as an option. Such choice affected the middle class spending and SME's employment ability. Spending focus shifted to basics. Consumer habits changed also, leading to slowdown in trade and manufacturing.

The Eurozone troubles and cash crunch in major banks have affected personal and business loans in global scale. Further deterioration is US home startups and prices may be soon.

Stock markets, commodity pricing and currency exchange rates shall all remain volatile for prolonged periods of time. Investment should be exercised at investors' own judgment and risk.

2012 deflation is worse than 2008 crisis, but it is not a direct result to that crisis. The forthcoming crisis is made by wrong measures and deliberate choices to put brakes on global economic growth by G8 governments. Despite the positive impact of such measures in short term basis, the long-term effects are deep and bad.

GEEWS accuracy record is higher than 95% and the average lead-time is six months.

SOURCE Canada Business Holdings Inc.

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