The U.s. economy has been stuck in a long-term debt crisis that will likely be unsustainable, according to a new report from economists at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
“The economic outlook is very uncertain,” the report, published Thursday, said.
“We see the probability of further deep recession in the near term.”
The report was compiled from a survey of nearly 3,000 people who work for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC).
The survey was conducted from March to October and covered more than 7,500 people, including more than 3,600 in the U, and more than 1,000 in Canada.
The survey is conducted by telephone, email and online.
The study did not include any responses from the unemployed.
The researchers asked respondents about their current level of financial assets and debts.
A “debt-to-income ratio” was calculated by dividing assets by debt.
They also looked at the impact of the recent tax cuts on spending, including on Social Security and Medicare.
The report said the debt-to-$income ratio is at an all-time high, with debt levels currently at or near 180 percent of income, and it is expected to rise to 180 percent by 2035.
The debt-overhang crisis is one of the biggest challenges facing the U and many other countries, and is one reason why many nations are cutting back on spending and raising taxes to balance the books.
The Fed report said a combination of factors could cause the U to face a debt-growth crisis, including the weak economy, the debt and interest payments of consumers, and the weak currency.
“It is possible that the United States could enter a debt crisis in the coming years, and this could trigger further recessions or even depressions,” the authors said.
The authors said the United Kingdom and France are two countries with an even more severe debt problem.
The United Kingdom’s debt-based asset ratio is currently at over 100 percent of gross domestic product.
France’s debt is currently around 70 percent of GDP.
The U.’s debt-related debt is around 60 percent of G.D.P. The countries with the highest debt ratios are Germany, Italy, Japan, and Australia.
The authors said that the U.’ s problems are not unique, and that many other developed countries have similar debt problems.
The average debt of the U’s population is about $1,000,000 per person.
The median U. S. household debt is $5,000.
The country’s population, at more than 6.4 million, has about $20 trillion in debt.
The world’s largest debtor countries, the United Arab Emirates and Russia, have debt-free economies, according a recent IMF report.
The IMF said that it expects debt-level problems in countries that have low debt burdens to increase, and in the developing world as the world’s debt burden grows.
The European Union is the most indebted member of the 28-nation bloc, with an average of $12,800 per person, according the IMF.
The U. is the world´s largest debtor, with a total of $1.6 trillion in outstanding debt.
It is one-quarter of the world GDP, according IMF.
The economic impact of a debt problem could be much worse, the authors warn.
“While it may be easy to look at a country as a debtor, a debt issue can be very costly for a nation.
The impact of an economy facing debt crisis on a country is likely to be more serious and longer-lasting than a debt recovery from one that has avoided debt in the past,” the economists said.