Financial LINKS – Frenate pericolose

Scritto il alle 09:30 da Danilo DT

Un elenco di siti e link finanziari proposti da I&M con la fonte da cliccare per la visualizzazione. Buona lettura!

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La Cina non molla. Torna la tematica della guerra valutaria. Ma non solo. Guardatevi anche le analisi macro, i pignoramenti, il tasso disoccupazione… E poi ditemi che mondo ci aspetta!

a)      Risk on, risk off, risk on, risk off… (LINK)

b)      Currency War: una guerra fantasma? (LINK)

c)      Come evitare la guerra delle valute (LINK)

d)     Ma la Cina dove potrebbe mettere i suoi soldi ora? (LINK)

e)      Siamo sicuri che i dati di ieri fossero buoni? Haver Analytics (LINK)

f)       Tasso disoccupazione: sondaggio Gallup lo fa tornare ben oltre il 10% (LINK)

g)      FMI: i rischi per il settore bancario e per l’immobiliare restano elevati (LINK)

h)      Il credito al consumo continua a contrarsi (LINK)

i)        EURO: i dubbi sul nuovo patto di stabilità (LINK)

j)        La vera storia di Bear Stearn (LINK)

k)      Come potresti investire il tuo denaro? (LINK)

l)        George Soros: la Cina leader nel mercato delle valute (LINK)

m)    ITALIA: si guadagna poco ma non è colpa dell’inflazione (LINK)

n)      PIGNORAMENTI: le foto shock (LINK)

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Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 10:09

Forse il vento sta cambiando, occhio oggi al rapporto sul lavoro!

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:35

Oro e argento segnalano la distruzione del dollaro:

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:36

Terribile presentazione sulla prossima crisi di foreclosure del 2011:
Whalen has doubled his warning about the coming banking bloodbath.

At a Thursday conference with Nouriel Roubini, Institutional Risk Analytics’ Whalen said the foreclosure crisis would make 2008 look like a cakewalk (via Prag Cap):

The U.S. banking industry is entering a new period of crisis where operating costs are rising dramatically due to foreclosures and defaults. We are less than ¼ of the way through the foreclosure process.

The recent suspension of foreclosure filings is just the beginning, Whalen says

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:37

21 ragioni perche Donald Trump ha ragione:
Earlier this week, an interview with Donald Trump on Fox & Friends made headlines all over the world. During that interview, Trump stated that he was “absolutely thinking about” running for president in 2012. But what didn’t get as much attention is why Donald Trump is so motivated to possibly run for president. It turns out that Donald Trump is horrified by how China (and other nations as well) are absolutely taking advantage of the United States in global trade. Trump put it this way during the interview: “China is just ripping this country like nobody has ever ripped us before.” And you know what? Donald Trump is absolutely right about this. You see, China has been openly manipulating its currency for years and years so that their products are far cheaper than those produced in America. This has put entire industries out of business in the United States. Not only that, but China also openly subsidizes many of their industries, thus giving them a competitive advantage over U.S. businesses and our government does nothing about it. In addition, China has exploited the fact that they allow their workers to be paid near slave labor wages to attract thousands upon thousands of factories and manufacturing facilities to their shores. China dumps massive amounts of cheap goods on our shores while openly discriminating against many U.S. good and services. This kind of unfair trade has enabled the Chinese government to pile up hundreds of billions of dollars in excess currency reserves which it ends up lending back to the U.S. government. Basically, China is running a massive scam on us and is getting tremendously wealthy in the process.

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:38

Inflazione o deflazione?

Today there is a great debate in the economic community about whether we are going to have crippling deflation or unprecedented inflation in the years ahead. For decades, a never ending spiral of debt has fueled the almost unbelievable prosperity that Americans have enjoyed. We have lived way beyond our means, and in the process we have piled up the biggest mountain of debt in the history of the world. Now, the fourth branch of the U.S. government (the Federal Reserve) has a decision to make. Will the Federal Reserve allow the U.S. economy to deleverage, thus setting off a deflationary nightmare worse than the Great Depression, or will the Federal Reserve attempt to crank up the debt spiral one more time by flooding the U.S. economy with another giant wave of paper money?

Of course when I say that the Federal Reserve is the fourth branch of the U.S. government I am being facetious. The Federal Reserve is about as “federal” as Federal Express is. It is a privately-owned central bank that has been very open about the fact that it is “not an agency” of the U.S. government. But the truth is that it has become just as powerful (if not more powerful) as some of the actual branches of the U.S. government.

For example, U.S. Representative Ron Paul recently told MSNBC that he believes that the U.S. Federal Reserve is now more powerful than the U.S. Congress…..

“The regulations should be on the Federal Reserve. We should have transparency of the Federal Reserve. They can create trillions of dollars to bail out their friends, and we don’t even have any transparency of this. They’re more powerful than the Congress.”

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:39

E credevate che l’ultima volte era male?

If there is one thing that mainstream analysts seem to agree on, it is that the worst of the economic storm has passed. But as was the case during the early days of the crisis, many mistakenly assume that because things seem fairly calm on the surface, there is not a great deal to worry about. In the end, of course, the stresses and strains back then triggered an eruption that had many thinking that the world was coming to an end. Are we near that point again? Based on what what one smart analyst has to say (in a post at Pragmatic Capitalism entitled “Chris Whalen Describes Why 2011 Could Make 2008 Look Like a Cakewalk”), the answer may well be “yes”:

Christopher Whalen makes a remarkably convincing case for why we’ve simply kicked the can down the road and why the banks could be in for a repeat of their 2008 nightmares in 2011. If Mr. Whalen is right the banking sector is in for a whole new round of government intervention, takeovers, likely nationalizations and general disaster:

Scritto il 8 Ottobre 2010 at 11:40

Video di Krugman e Hatzius…:

In the midst of the crisis with sovereign debt of Greece, Spain, and Portugal, Trichet and the ECB acted by offering as much cash as the countries needed. This stabilized things for a while and Trichet was supposed to drop this support.
However, yield spreads between Germany and the PIIGS is once again soaring, and if unlimited lending is withdrawn now, it is a near-certainty that spreads will widen further.
Thus Trichet is ‘Trapped’ by Banks’ Addiction to ECB Cash.

Scritto il 9 Ottobre 2010 at 17:12

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di interessante ho letto un certo antipatix che spamma con un post un post di un altro blogger…
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