Leverage in the U.S.: Households and Corporations

Leverage in the U.S.: Households and Corporations This chart shows the divergence between U.S. non-financial corporations leverage and households leverage. U.S. corporation debt reached a record level of $10.12tn. Image: Gavekal, Macrobond

U.S. Household Debt

U.S. Household Debt American debt hits a record high of $13.95 trillion and represents about 73% of GDP vs. about 83% a decade ago. Image: Reuters

Real U.S. Household Net Worth and Bubble

Real U.S. Household Net Worth and Bubble Is the wealth of American households experiencing an unsustainable bubble? Well, the current gap between U.S. household net worth and U.S. GDP is the greatest on record. Image: Real Investment Advice

Allocation of U.S. Household Financial Assets

Allocation of U.S. Household Financial Assets According to Goldman Sachs, U.S. households are expected to buy $30 billion in U.S. stocks in 2020. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Inequality – U.S. Gini Coefficient for Households

Inequality – U.S. Gini Coefficient for Households U.S. inequality reached highest level since 1967. Gini coefficient: 0 equals perfect equality, while 1 equals perfect inequality. Image: Deutsche Bank Global Research

Consumption Growth and Household Debt

Consumption Growth and Household Debt This chart shows the effects of household debt and suggests that high household debt limits consumer spending. Image: Oxford Economics

Household Debt to GDP by Country

Household Debt to GDP by Country This chart shows a global view of household debt as a percent of GDP. Households of Australia, Netherlands and Canada are the most indebted in the world. Image: Oxford Economics