Monday, April 14, 2008

Prospects for markets

How will the crisis change markets?

- Not strictly news, but none-the-less relevant! The financial crisis will affect market structure and pricing for at least a decade. After major crises, market participants focus intensely on not making the same mistakes again. The crisis zone becomes lower-risk for a long time, even as investors move leverage elsewhere –– such as EM and commodities. The current crisis results from 3 sources of excessive risk taking –– credit in housing, leverage, and maturity transformation. Maturity transformation outside the US regulated banking world reached $5.9 trillion last year, or 40% of total bank deposits. Central banks’ extension of liquidity to broker-dealers and securitised world is permanent, and will be followed by regulatory control. Bank incentives to...

Posted by 51ck-6-51x @ 12:56 PM (1120 views)
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5 thoughts on “Prospects for markets

  • JPMorgan: How will the crisis change markets?

    Not sure!! Yawn, Depression coming yada yada YAWN!!

    How does man with no arms change underwear?? Not sure either!! Blah blah blah

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Ah, Pecker, you just gave yourself away, yada, yada would have to be from an Aussie. But most are more chilled than you. You working for your Uncle Murdoch?

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  • Pecker – did you even read the research?
    If you think the details are boring (“YAWN”) then what, exactly, are you doing here?
    If you have some then please do provide us with some more interesting information for us to look at, rather than writing this drivel.
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Struth! Well i’ll be a dingos uncle! Yada yada…

    Now listen 51-CLK -R2D2.. YOURE the idiot here! Posting boring crap!! Shame on you…

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  • I have listened to all of your worldly wisdom, troll.

    This “Boring crap” is output from one of the largest research houses in the world and is relevant.

    This is all I have to say to you, so do not expect any further flames from me.


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