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  1. En 2009 la banca china empezó a dopar el sistema económico prestando masivamente. ¿Una nueva burbuja financiera en ciernes?
    http://marginalrevolution.com/margina...on/2012/03/bank-lending-in-china.html
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2012-03-21)
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  2. The question for European policy makers is whether the European banking model is now permanently broken as a result of the crisis—as the U.S. banking model was broken by the crises of the 1930s and 1980s. Or is the current refusal of markets to fund parts of the European banking system a temporary phenomenon that will pass once the sovereign debt crisis eases? There's some reason to hope the latter: While there is little correlation between bank capital ratios and funding costs, there is a strong correlation between the cost of bank funding and government funding. For example, BBVA, one of the best capitalized banks in Europe, must pay far more for bond market financing than Deutsche Bank, one of the euro zone's most thinly capitalized banks.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001...52702303816504577303582094739676.html
    Tags: , por David de Ugarte (2012-03-28)
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  3. Describing it as a “Ponzi scheme”, Marc Chandler, currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York, says simply: “Weak banks are buying weak sovereigns.”
    http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/82205f...-baf3-00144feab49a.html#axzz1psT6sIfl
    Tags: , por David de Ugarte (2012-03-28)
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  4. The question is, has the move to address the impaired mechanism via liquidity channels, been enough to regain control? From the way key funding rates have reacted thus far, seemingly yes
    http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2012/...hat-broken-ecb-transmission-mechanism
    Tags: , por David de Ugarte (2012-03-28)
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  5. Les han pillado: Spanish banks bought about EUR68bn of government bonds December through February. Italian banks bought around EUR54bn of government bonds, but also accumulated EUR98bn in bank bonds. Given the current environment, this is unlikely to represent an actual investment in financials, but rather a reflection of retained, government-guaranteed issuance. This leaves Italian banks in a very different position compared to Spanish ones. Spanish banks either had to post existing assets (at generally higher haircuts than for government guaranteed issuance) or purchase high-quality collateral to draw down liquidity to hedge their funding risks. Assuming similar challenges on the funding front, Italian banks are currently long cash compared to Spanish banks. This leaves them in a much better position to support their sovereign going forward.
    http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2012/...51021/spanish-bonds-banks-bonds-banks
    Tags: , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-04-07)
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  6. Size of Banks Killing Economy … But Giant Banks Have Only Gotten Bigger Since Financial “Reform” Enacted For years, many high-level economists and financial experts have said that – unless we break up the giant banks – our economy will never recover, real reform will be blocked, and democracy and the rule of law will be corrupted. So how did the government respond to the financial crisis which started in 2007? Let the giant banks get even bigger.
    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/0...-financial-reform-law-was-passed.html
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2012-04-18)
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  7. Documental sobre el control de la oferta monetaria y el poder que conlleva. Egunon!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-wMU2HdoURA
    Tags: , por David de Ugarte (2012-04-21)
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  8. With the second round of the LTRO program, the ECB has managed to slightly improve liquidity in the Eurozone. This is evidenced by the growth in M3, the broad money stock. But as discussed before, this liquidity is not translating into area-wide improvements in the overall credit conditions. In fact the trend in lending to the private sector has completely diverged from M3.
    http://soberlook.com/2012/05/rise-in-eurozone-m3-is-not-improving.html
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-02)
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  9. The future of the Euro area banking system hangs in balance. It would not be an exaggeration to say that, were it not for more than a trillion Euros of implicit and explicit public support in the form of capital injections and funding guarantees from Member States and liquidity support from the European Central Bank, the Euro area banking system could well collapse.
    http://re-define.org/blog/fri-0427201...opean-banking-%E2%80%93-perfect-storm
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  10. Plataforma de crowdsourcing pyme basada en Andalucía
    http://www.colbrain.net
    Tags: por David de Ugarte (2012-05-06)
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