Brasil=Medida de Desespero
Paul Krugman, Professor Titular, Economia, Princeton. Guru:
One point I think is really important in understanding the crisis is that there has been a huge increase in financial globalization just in the last few years — basically since 1995. The chart above shows rest-of-world assets in the United States (red) and US assets abroad (blue) as a percentage of non-US GDP; while we talk a lot about the US as a debtor nation, what’s really striking is the surge on both sides of the balance sheet. This has made the global financial system a lot more tightly linked, so that big economies are now experiencing the kind of contagion previously associated with emerging markets caught up in the 1997-1998 crisis. We’re all Brazilians now.
Tira. Teu dinheiro. Do mercado. Agora.
Nunca pensei que eu ia viver para ver um mercado desabar ao vivo na TV. Pessoal SURTANDO na CNBC.
(por sinal, a CNBC acabou de anunciar uma queda no Bank of America, uma baita queda. Temei).