Chart of the day: Total US Debt

Back in May, I showed you a chart of Total U.S. Debt which demonstrated that the United States was an increasingly indebted country. This chart was for all domestic debt minus financials and it topped out at about 225% of GDP.

Below is the same chart for the U.S., except this time I have added domestic financial and foreign debt, so it represents all debt outstanding in the United States.

The U.S. Debt to GDP ratio starts out just below 125% in 1952 and rises steadily to an enormous 333.8% ...


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