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Finance Capitalism Hits a Wall

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The financial “wealth creation” game is over. Economies emerged from World War II relatively free of debt, but the 60-year global run-up has run its course. Finance capitalism is in a state of collapse, and marginal palliatives cannot revive it. The U.S. economy cannot “inflate its way out of debt,” because this would collapse the dollar and end its dreams of global empire by forcing foreign countries to go their own way. There is too little manufacturing to make the economy more “competitive,” given its high housing costs, transportation, debt and tax overhead. A quarter to a third of U.S. ...
for the "influential financial interests" of the American financial industry, which is centered in the New York City area. Anchored by Wall Street, New York City ties with the City of London to be the financial capital of the world and is home to the New York Stock Exchange , the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies. Several major U.S. stock and other exchanges remain headquartered on Wall Street and in the Financial District, including the NYSE , NASDAQ , AMEX , NYMEX , and NYBOT .
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Finance Capitalism Hits a Wall: The Oligarchs' Escape Plan at the ...
The financial “wealth creation” game is over. Economies emerged from World War II relatively free of debt, but the 60-year global run-up has run its course. Finance capitalism is in a state of collapse, and marginal palliatives cannot revive it. The U.S. economy cannot “inflate its way out of debt,” because this would collapse the dollar and end its dreams of global empire by forcing foreign countries to go their own way. There is too little manufacturing to make the economy more “competitive,” given its high housing costs, transportation, debt and tax overhead. A quarter to a third of U.S. ... market research, surveys and trends
hudson: finance capitalism hits a wall
The financial “wealth creation” game is over. Economies emerged from World War II relatively free of debt, but the 60-year global run-up has run its course. Finance capitalism is in a state of collapse, and marginal palliatives cannot revive it. The U.S. economy cannot “inflate its way out of debt,” because this would collapse the dollar and end its dreams of global empire by forcing foreign countries to go their own way. There is too little manufacturing to make the economy more “competitive,” given its high housing costs, transportation, debt and tax overhead. A quarter to a third of U.S. real estate has fallen into Negative ... market research, surveys and trends

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FINANCE CAPITALISM HITS A WALL

Finance Capitalism Hits a Wall
The financial �wealth creation� game is over. Economies emerged from World War II relatively free of debt, but the 60-year global run-up has run its course. Finance capitalism is in a state of collapse, and marginal palliatives cannot revive it. The U.S. economy cannot �inflate its way out of debt,� because this would collapse the dollar and end its dreams of global empire by forcing foreign countries to go their own way. There is too little manufacturing to make the economy more �competitive,� given its high housing costs, transportation, debt and tax overhead. A quarter to a third of U.S. real estate has fallen into Negative ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Michael Hudson: The Oligarchs' Escape Plan
It’s one of the greatest and most shameful failures in the history of journalism. In the new edition of our newsletter Eamonn Fingleton traces how the Wall Street Journal was handed a precise outline of Madoff’s Ponzi scheme in 2005 and sat on it. The New York Times also passed on chances to nail Madoff. Thousands, poor as well as rich, lost their life savings in consequence. Read Fingleton on how the watchdogs of the Fourth Estate took good care to snooze in their kennels. ALSO in the new edition, Paul Craig Roberts concludes the shortest, sharpest outline of economics ever written with a brilliant essay on the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Role of a Corporate Bond Market in an Economy – and in ...
over-all domestic capital market needed to finance infrastructure projects, ... This is another area where crony capitalism exacts a heavy toll, ..... Sapsford, Jathon, “Japanese Growth Model Hits a Wall in Asia,” The Wall Street ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Grassley: Unfinished Business Includes Marginal Tax Rates - The ...
Floor Statement of Senator Chuck Grassley Unfinished Time-Sensitive Tax Legislative Business: Expiring Lower Marginal Rates and Family Tax Relief Delivered June 17, 2010 Last week, I discussed the unfinished tax legislative business.  I used this chart.  The legislation before the Senate deals with only one small, but important, piece of unfinished tax legislative business.  These tax extenders are on their second Senate stop.   As the chart shows, the tax extenders, which are overdue by almost half-a-year, are not alone.  There are three other major areas of unfinished business.  One area is ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Coming 'Wall' of Refinancings: A Trial for Private Equity ...
Private equity faces a difficult environment as credit markets try to absorb maturing debt from large leveraged buyouts. Panelists at the 2009 Wharton Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference, "Multiplicity Without Rhythm: Investing in Chaotic Markets," said financial sponsors are scrambling to prepare for the refinancings that will start coming onto markets in 2012. According to panelists who took part in a discussion titled, "Leveraged Buyouts: Strategies in Times of Turmoil," firms are focusing hard on portfolio company operations, exploring new positions in the capital structure and considering ...
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FINANCE CAPITALISM HITS A WALL
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US stops all plans for manned space exploration besides keeping the tiny moon outpost operational to make it seem like the US is still dominant in space because of budget concerns - US pursues cheap and environmentally friendly ways to process more readably available fossil fuels like coal while China burns whatever it can to keep its economy moving forward further contributing to Global Warming - Global warming releases huge pockets of methane under previously frozen tundra which rapidly accelerates the warming trend - The shifting environments of the world kill millions due to flooding, doubts, and famine and millions more ...
Explain Marx's conception of economic crises. | Ask MetaFilter
all theoretically and absolutely off the top of my head as I'm running out of the office - but the current economic crisis could be traced to the over production of housing/mortgages, I saw an article today that said there were 19 million vacant homes in the US. the crash of the tech bubble (more or less 7 years ago) to the over production of tech stocks/small web companies I'd have to be paying more attention to think further back but there was the stock market crash in the early 80's and you could kind of fill in from there. there have been auto, airline and real estate crisis in between, but I'd be had ...