Next Dollar Liquidity Crisis By www.ForexConspiracyReport.com The man who accurately forecasted both the beginning and the worst of China’s stock boom now predicts a financial crisis in China. And that crisis may spread across the globe. The crux of his argument is that when a nation does not have enough dollars (dollar liquidity) it is prone to an economic crisis. Bloomberg Business writes about crisis risks of the next dollar liquidity crisis. A shortage of dollars was the common feature in the oil rout in the 1970s, Latin American debt turmoil in the 1980s, the Asian currencies collapse in 1997 and the global crisis in 2008. Next year will see Federal Reserve interest-rate increases, an improving U.S. current-account balance and a stronger greenback, putting strains on the most-leveraged parts of the world’s second-largest economy.