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Ten signs we’re heading for ‘economic armageddon’

THIS week’s global share market bloodbath was “a small tremor before the big earthquake” as Australia moves “ever closer to economic armageddon”, a former government economist has warned.

John Adams, a former Coalition policy adviser who last year identified seven signs that the global economy was heading for a crash — later warning the window for action had closed — believes the $4 trillion wipe-out was just the opening act of his apocalyptic prophecy playing out.

“When the economic earthquake hits, don’t be surprised to see soaring interest rates, massive falls in asset prices [like] shares, real estate and bonds, higher unemployment and widespread bankruptcies,” he said.

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