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अचल संपत्ति की कीमतों में विस्फोट, शून्य ब्याज दर और बढ़ते शेयर बाजार – अमीर और अमीर हो रहे हैं। औसत नागरिकों के इंतजार में क्या खतरा है? वर्षों से, दुनिया के केंद्रीय बैंक सस्ते पैसे की नीति अपना रहे हैं। पहला और सबसे महत्वपूर्ण ईसीबी (यूरोपीय सेंट्रल बैंक) है, जो बैंकों को बचाने के लिए खराब स्टॉक और बांड खरीदता है, आर्थिक विकास को बढ़ावा देने की कोशिश करता है और कर्ज में डूबे राज्यों को सहारा देता है। लेकिन जो राज्य के बजट को सैकड़ों अरबों के लिए राहत देता है, वह बचतकर्ताओं को परेशान करता है: ब्याज दरें शून्य के करीब हैं। केंद्रीय बैंकों की राजकोषीय नीतियां धन के अनियंत्रित वैश्विक प्रलय का कारण बन रही हैं। विशेषज्ञ नए बुलबुले की चेतावनी दे रहे हैं। अचल संपत्ति में, उदाहरण के लिए: यह सिर्फ जर्मन शहरों में ही नहीं है कि कीमतें बढ़ रही हैं। लंदन में, एक बिस्तर वाले अपार्टमेंट की कीमत आसानी से एक मिलियन यूरो से अधिक हो सकती है। अधिक से अधिक पैसा वास्तविक अर्थव्यवस्था से दूर सट्टा क्षेत्र में जा रहा है। अत्यधिक जटिल वित्तीय दांव वैश्विक कैसीनो में हो रहे हैं – बिना चेक और बैलेंस के जुआ। विजेताओं को शुरू से ही निर्धारित किया जाता है: जर्मनी और दुनिया भर में, अमीर बस अमीर हो जाते हैं। प्रोफेसर मैक्स ओट्टे कहते हैं: “पैसे की इस बाढ़ ने एक खतरनाक पुनर्वितरण का कारण बना दिया है। जिनके पास है, वे अधिक प्राप्त करते हैं।” लेकिन कम ब्याज दरों के साथ, बचत खातों में कोई भी पैसा पिघल जाता है। कर्जदार सुखी हो सकते हैं। लेकिन बड़ी कंपनियां जो दूसरों को निगलना चाहती हैं, वे भी खुश हैं: वे अपने अधिग्रहण के लिए सस्ते पैसे उधार ले सकते हैं। वित्तीय बाजारों के उदारीकरण के साथ, मुद्रा सौदे वास्तविक अर्थव्यवस्था से अलग हो गए हैं। लेकिन केवल बैंकों को ही आज नए, सस्ते धन के निरंतर स्रोत की आवश्यकता नहीं है। तो राज्यों करो। उन्हें अपने कर्ज के पहाड़ों पर पकड़ बनाए रखने के लिए इसकी जरूरत है। यह एक तरह का स्नोबॉल सिस्टम है। हमारे पैसे का क्या होता है? क्या एक नया संकट मंडरा रहा है? फिल्म ‘द मनी डेल्यूज’ शून्य ब्याज दरों के इस समय में हमारे पैसे पर एक नया और आश्चर्यजनक प्रकाश डालती है। _______ रोमांचक, शक्तिशाली और सूचनात्मक – डीडब्ल्यू वृत्तचित्र हमेशा समसामयिक मामलों और अंतर्राष्ट्रीय घटनाओं के करीब होता है। पुरस्कार विजेता फिल्मों और रिपोर्ट का हमारा उदार मिश्रण आपको सीधे कहानी के केंद्र में ले जाता है। विभिन्न संस्कृतियों में गोता लगाएँ, दूर देशों की यात्रा करें, और आधुनिक जीवन के आंतरिक कामकाज की खोज करें। सदस्यता लें और अपने आस-पास की दुनिया को एक्सप्लोर करें – हर दिन, एक बार में एक डीडब्ल्यू वृत्तचित्र। डीडब्ल्यू वृत्तचित्र की सदस्यता लें: अधिक जानकारी के लिए यहां जाएं: इंस्टाग्राम फेसबुक: डीडब्ल्यू नेटिकेट नीति:।

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29 comments

Just Another Runner 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

We live in an era where time is more precious then money. I’d rather have more vacation then a raise every year.

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Babak Gholian 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Think about it , when they tell you a bank can create money with a push of a button…. they benefit while you pay the price !!!!

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Babak Gholian 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

It will be worse in the future for low and middle income people and the rich will get richer, specially the banks .

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suresh nishtala 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

well explained …thank you

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Ngassa Nguemani 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Can't believe this system is being forced down our throats as the best there can be….. By big TV networks owned by the same billionaires.

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markus karlsson 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

If i deposit 10 million dollar to a banks account, they are by law needed to hold 10% of that as monetary reserve. that gives them 9 million dollars that the banks can loan away. Someone loans the 9 million dollars, puts it in their account. And voila they are able to loan away 8,1 million dollars
10 000 000 basic amount of deposit made.

9 000 000
8,1 000 000
7,3 000 000
6,6 000 000
6,0 000 000

So when u Deposit 10 million dollars banks are able to Loan away over 50 million dollars. This world i gonna collapse.

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Dave Lovely 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Great documentary but it appears to be 4 years old. Is there an update to this? Did anything ever come of the effort in Switzerland that is mentioned in this documentary?

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enchy peachy 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Good video, but I am confused about the part where the narrator said that banks creating money by offering a credit (loan) to customers is wrong. What's wrong about that? I mean these money can't appear from a thin air, right? Right??

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Nefertiti B 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

We need a revolution. These rich ppl don’t need that much money. Let’s turn back the clock. Until then, property, stocks. Not much options. Hopefully we can overturn this financial injustice. Not sure when.

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Robert Sanders 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Dude talking about low interest rates causing a mass redistribution of wealth from the bottom up was speaking prophecy. Here we are 5 years later and he was right.

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Tito Jr. Lim 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

I thought these things were only happening in the Philippines.

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Tito Jr. Lim 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

I'm always confused about bonds, interests, savings, etc. The only thing I know is that the rich are siphoning money like a black hole.

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Njonjo Ndehi 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Banks create money but the money gets withdrawn by customers so the bank needs to deposit its own cash at the central bank to facilitate cheque clearing. So the money created quickly gets destroyed. Permanent money creation is done by the government.

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Mike Stone 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Yes, but until we force K-12 school boards to teach our children (through the whole 12 years) whom is stealing from them and how, the cycle can NEVER end.

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Vijay Sonawane 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

There is urgent need to replace profit as core objective of all economic activities by humanity. Profit is important but not at the cost of human lives. There lies the solution for reducing disparity. Wonderful video. Congratulations.

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Farhanul Kazi Islam 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

5:34 – in just 5yrs the richest man would become 4x richer than gates at a staggering $300 billion, if you think about it properly it makes you think how times have changed so quick in such short time

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Fordy 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

I think that in the interests of fairness, these risk adverse older generations have generally profited from the so called ‘excesses’ of the bankers!!! they have had state and employer (often government) sponsored inflation linked guaranteed pensions, so will care less about inflation! Why else would you look at 7% -11% interest rates with fondness? What about those who were still paying for mortgages? Lets not forget that the interest the banks paid their savers back then was from…you guessed it …. from those reckless borrowers who wanted to buy a house for their family to live in. Please consider these poor folk who have only seen their own property portfolios (including their own homes, but also those that underpin their pensions, yep I said it!) often quadruple in value over 25 years. Capitalism rewards and punishes, and I would suggest that to only see one group view is at best naive!!!! To keep things in perspective, they are mostly upset about the perceived unfairness, they are not homeless, not unable to cloth themselves or feed themselves, just not able to get a rate of return on their savings or investment. One basic principle that should always be taught to children, nothing is for free and to take risk is a personal choice, the returns will in the end be relevant to the risk taken!!! In the end these are after all, first world problems! I enjoy the documentaries but DW, this needed more perspective!

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Captain Sponge 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

absolutely nothing has changed in this 4 years, this is the real issue.

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Nereus 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

this video aged badly hehe, today we had to pump a shit ton of money in the economy, however this video is sided… money is a transfer meaning its not creating value

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sunil thombre 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

hi

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Go For The Gold 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

"Saver are loser"…..NO!!!!!!!! How can I be an idiot for saving.

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Charles Kimbrough 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

The general population needs to rise up and demand equality, we get so preoccupied with racism being the real threat when all that even does is deepen the divide and make us less likely to trust everyday people in the same shoes as us

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Roy Ortega 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

This episode started with the ECB as the culprit and greedy corporations but ended heaping all the blame on Trump and the Brexit. The usual suspects of course, sorry guys.

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Max Himself 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Great documentary, thank you for the work!

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Mr Coconut 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

School dont teach us how to get out from debt

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asbpresentations 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

In the first minute we are told how cheap money is to borrow and then some guy states that others are geeting rich by borrowing
this cheap money and lending it to others. Well not much point in doing that if the returns are low and timely.
Also proper business people don't need middlemen.

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Hey Ho 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

Shajahan hosson international big boss kabirpur shailkupa jhenad Dhaka Bangladesh government

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Carlos Chircop 24/11/2021 - 5:25 Chiều

The transition at 6:30 was amazin' 😌

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