The enormous decline in oil prices have made many headlines over the past year. The Dutch central bank (DNB) argues that lower oil prices are a ‘tax cut’ for businesses and good for economic growth. But is this true? In this article, I will look at the entire shale oil industry and show why the Dutch central bank's assumptions are wrong. When the next recession hits, we will be talking about subprime oil-loans, instead of subprime mortgages. The American shale oil crisis will take the world economy over the cliff into an abyss. Oil is the new subprime.

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