Economic crisis

The Last Days Of Lehman Brothers

The Last Days Of Lehman Brothers

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Meltdown – The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse

Meltdown – The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse, 2010

Part.1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3CDGh4cXU0

Part.2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBmOEI7Ob9M

Part.3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JB4wefzZLNc

Part.3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU6c1lIEkuQ

Criza din Cipru… concluzie…

Criză în Cipru.. Toată lumea în alertă.

Ciprioții refuză să taxeze depozitele bancare. Toate băncile sunt închise. Nicosia caută ajutor la Moscova. Europenii așteaptă acțiuni din partea Ciprului. Oamenii nu pot să-și scoată banii de la bancomate. În magazine nu se mai acceptă cardurile bancare. Încrederea în instituții financiare scade complet..

Situația este gravă.

Doar o concluzie în final:

Nu țineți banii la bănci. Investește. Caută alternative sistemului bancar. Piața de capital e una dintre acestea.

“Inside Job”, a reminder of the financial crise.

http://filme-online-gratis.com/blog/2011/03/29/job-2010/
http://filmehd.net/inside-job-2010-filme-online-gratis.html

A real engineer build bridges, a financial engineer builds dreams, and when those dreams turn out to be nightmares, other people pay for it.

It won’t be easy, but some things are worth fighting for.

The Subprime Solution

Notes from Robert J. Shiller, “The Subprime Solution”

– Subprime crisis is, at its core, the result of the deflating of a speculative bubble in the housing market that began in the United States in 2006.

– History proves the importance of economic policies for preserving the social fabric. Europe after World War I was seriously damaged by one peculiar economic arrangement: the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty, which ended the war, imposed on Germany punitive reparations far beyond its ability to pay. John Maynard Keynes resigned in protest from the British delegation at Versailles and, in 1919, wrote The Economic Consequences of the Peace, which predicted that the treaty would result in disaster. Keynes was largely ignored, the treaty remained in force, and indeed Germany never was able to pay the penalties imposed. The disaster he had predicted in fact came about—in the form of intense resentment and, a generation later, World War II.

– A comparable disaster — … many people, unable to repay their debts, are being pursued aggressively by creditors. Once again, they often feel that the situation is not of their own making, but the product of forces beyond their control. Once again, they see once-trusted economic institutions collapsing around them. Once again, they feel that they were lied to—fed overly optimistic stories that encouraged them to take excessive risks.

– What was the chain of events in the subprime crisis?
Overly aggressive mortgage lenders, compliant appraisers, and complacent borrowers proliferated to feed the housing boom. Mortgage originators, who planned to sell off the mortgages to securitizers, stopped worrying about repayment risk. They typically made only perfunctory efforts to assess borrowers’ ability to repay their loans—often failing to verify borrowers’ income with the Internal Revenue Service, even if they possessed signed authorization forms permitting them to do so. Sometimes these lenders enticed the naïve, with poor credit histories, to borrow in the ballooning subprime mortgage market. These mortgages were packaged, sold, and resold in sophisticated but arcane ways to investors around the world, setting the stage for a crisis of truly global proportions. The housing bubble, combined with the incentive system implicit in the securitization process, amplified moral hazard, further emboldening some of the worst actors among mortgage lenders.

– Borrowers, particularly subprime borrowers, began defaulting, often owing more than their homes were worth or unable to support their higher monthly payments with current incomes.

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кризис ликвидности

Если в последние время все и говорят про кризиса, давай увидим что такое кризис ликвидности и как он появляется.
Кризис ликвидности – это  неспособность бесперебойно оплачивать в срок свои обязательства и предъявляемые к ним законные денежные требования.

Возможные причины возникновения кризиса ликвидности.

Ideas about economic crisis

Ideas about economic crisis

–> De-globalisation
A multi-year depression will see the frontiers of globalisation rolled back. The market failures exposed by the financial crisis will call into question some of  the tenets of the free-market capitalism underlying globalisation.
Globalisation will be blamed for job losses and falling living standards, just as it was blamed for the income and wealth disparities that opened up in the past two decades, even though the ultimate cause for these may lie more in technological advances and failures of corporate governance and regulation.

Governments will respond with protectionist measures in a number of forms. The destruction of excess capacity globally will encourage dumping, which will be used to justify increases in trade tariffs and quotas. In some cases, governments may find it expedient to renegotiate the terms of regional or bilateral free-trade agreements.
In a world of excess capacity where competition for new investment is intense, governments will be tempted to impose restrictions on companies planning overseas investments. High unemployment and social unrest will make labour immigration an even more contentious political issue.
The shrinkage of the financial services industry will curtail crossborder capital flows. Banks that have received public funding will be under pressure to prioritise domestic lending. More generally, the availability of crossborder capital will be constrained in a climate of risk aversion and more onerous capital adequacy requirements.
The days of the freewheeling corporation at the cutting edge of globalisation will be over. When not barred from doing so by protectionism, companies will continue to seek new markets and to achieve cost reductions from offshoring production. But a deep cyclical downturn in emerging markets will lead to a more sober reassessment of their medium- and long-term growth potential. Large emerging-market corporations will face particular challenges given the preponderance of companies in cyclical industries. Emerging-market corporate default rates are likely to exceed those
of their developed counterparts. Aggressive overseas expansion plans hatched by emerging-market companies during the boom years will be scaled back.

–> Kei-Mu Yi, an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, argues that trade has fallen so fast and so uniformly around the world largely because of the rise of “vertical specialisation”, or global supply chains. This contributed to trade’s rapid expansion in recent decades. Now it is adding to the rate of shrinkage. When David Ricardo argued in the early 19th century that comparative advantage was the basis of trade, he conceived of countries specialising in products, like wine or cloth. But Mr Yi points out that countries now specialise not so much in
final products as in steps in the process of production.

Trade grows much faster in a world with global sourcing than in a world of trade in finished goods because components and part-finished items have to cross borders several times. The trade figures are also boosted by the practice of measuring the gross value of imports and exports rather than their net value. For example, a tractor made in America
would once have been made from American steel and parts; it would have touched the trade data only if it was exported. Now, it may contain steel from India, and be stamped and pressed in Mexico, before being sold abroad. As a result, changes in demand in one country now affect not just the domestic economy but also the trade flows and economies of several countries.

Investprivatbank in faliment / Банкротство "Инвестприватбанка" / Bankruptcy of InvestprivateBank

RO

Banca Naţională a Moldovei a retras, la 19 iunie, „licenţa de desfăşurare a activităţilor financiare a Băncii Comerciale „Investprivatbank” S.A, numindu-l lichidator, conform Legii instituţiilor financiare, pe expertul de la  Banca Naţională a Moldovei Ion Ropot”, anunţă BNM printr-un comunicat de presă.

Emma Tăbârţă a menţionat că în cadrul controlului efectuat de BNM a fost depistat că banca nu menţine mărimea capitalului de gradul I şi a coeficientului suficienţei capitalului ponderat la risc în conformitate cu cerinţele stabilie de BMN, încălcând astfel articolele 5 şi 14 din Legea instituţiilor financiare şi ale Regulamentului BNM cu privire la suficienţa capitalului ponderat la risc. De asemenea, a fost depistat că banca nu menţinea lichiditatea curentă în termenele şi mărimea în conformitate cu exigenţele prevăzute de BNM cu privire la lichiditatea băncii. Nerespectarea acestor prevederi a condus la dependenţa băncii de resurse lichide atrase pe piaţa interbancară.

Totodată, «din cauza managementului neadecvat», banca a ajuns în incapacitate de plată. În afară de asceasta potrivit ei, începând cu 31 martie, banca a prezentat date eronate privind mărimea capitalului de gradul I, coeficientul suficienţei capitalului ponderat la risc şi datele cu privire la lichiditatea băncii. Astfel, coeficientul real de lichiditate al băncii constituia 8,84%, iar capitalul de gradul I al băncii constituia minus 117 mil. lei, pe când banca a indicat capitalul de gradul I în valoare de 176 mil. lei.

RU

Нацбанк Молдовы отозвал лицензию у “Инвестприватбанка”. Десятки вкладчиков штурмуют офис банка.
Банкротство произошло из-за того, что банк предоставлял ложные отчеты по ликвидности, отметила Тэбырцэ.

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Investprivatbank in faliment / Банкротство “Инвестприватбанка” / Bankruptcy of InvestprivateBank

RO

Banca Naţională a Moldovei a retras, la 19 iunie, „licenţa de desfăşurare a activităţilor financiare a Băncii Comerciale „Investprivatbank” S.A, numindu-l lichidator, conform Legii instituţiilor financiare, pe expertul de la  Banca Naţională a Moldovei Ion Ropot”, anunţă BNM printr-un comunicat de presă.

Emma Tăbârţă a menţionat că în cadrul controlului efectuat de BNM a fost depistat că banca nu menţine mărimea capitalului de gradul I şi a coeficientului suficienţei capitalului ponderat la risc în conformitate cu cerinţele stabilie de BMN, încălcând astfel articolele 5 şi 14 din Legea instituţiilor financiare şi ale Regulamentului BNM cu privire la suficienţa capitalului ponderat la risc. De asemenea, a fost depistat că banca nu menţinea lichiditatea curentă în termenele şi mărimea în conformitate cu exigenţele prevăzute de BNM cu privire la lichiditatea băncii. Nerespectarea acestor prevederi a condus la dependenţa băncii de resurse lichide atrase pe piaţa interbancară.

Totodată, «din cauza managementului neadecvat», banca a ajuns în incapacitate de plată. În afară de asceasta potrivit ei, începând cu 31 martie, banca a prezentat date eronate privind mărimea capitalului de gradul I, coeficientul suficienţei capitalului ponderat la risc şi datele cu privire la lichiditatea băncii. Astfel, coeficientul real de lichiditate al băncii constituia 8,84%, iar capitalul de gradul I al băncii constituia minus 117 mil. lei, pe când banca a indicat capitalul de gradul I în valoare de 176 mil. lei.

RU

Нацбанк Молдовы отозвал лицензию у “Инвестприватбанка”. Десятки вкладчиков штурмуют офис банка.
Банкротство произошло из-за того, что банк предоставлял ложные отчеты по ликвидности, отметила Тэбырцэ.

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