Here we go again? Wall Street is snapping assets "emerging economies" according to an editorial in the International Herald Tribune ("Bubble before the" 10.15.10) but not without their inherent risk (don't forget: Mexican economic crisis of 1994, the Asian crisis of 1997, the crisis of 2002 Argentina) because they offer higher yields and immediate benefit. According to the International Institute of international finance friendly Bank, 825 billion is paid in developing countries this year alone, an increase of 42% higher than in 2009.
That said the question which must be asked, are these investments in emerging markets have an impact on the ability of these Wall Street banks and bank holding companies serving the hungry capital u.s. economy? the fed, to stimulate growth is almost unlimited funds available through their QE2 (easing quantitative program) to bank holding companies and their ilk virtually free of charge.
Rather than help to finance the day to day and American business investment needs, should be powers nor the vision to borrow from the Fed window and use of free funds invest in new financial instruments market pay generous interest rates and collect premiums in bold at the end of the year if investments explodes some time on the road, who cares, the premiums were paid and for the u.s. economy, although it will be helped market real estate in the Hamptons and luxurious to the Thailand and the environs.Mais visits provided that funding has been served to use for the growth of the u.s. economy, and don't worry, Wall Street will be have done and they are part of the economy us too.
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