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domingo, septiembre 28, 2008

Estimado del Rescate Financiero en Estados Unidos, Hasta Ahora

El New York Times sacó una excelente infografía sobre el estimado a desembolsar para rescatar el sistema financiero...



2 comentarios:

Proceso Electoral Venezuela 1897 dijo...

Henkel, Esta bien buena la grafica. La economia no es mi especialidad... que opinas del plan de Mark Cuban y otro que mandaron por email. http://blog.sekiur.com/2008/09/bailout-solution-im-in-for-at-least-425k/

Henkel Garcia dijo...

Interesante concepto. De hecho parece al de Helicopter Drop...

"Milton Friedman suggested that a monetary authority can escape a liquidity trap by bypassing financial intermediaries to give money directly to consumers or businesses. This is referred to as a money gift or as helicopter money. The term helicopter money is meant to portray the image of a central banker dropping money on people from a helicopter. Political considerations make it difficult for a monetary authority to grant the money gift, because individuals and firms not receiving free money will exert political pressure. The monetary authority must act covertly to give gift money to specific individuals or firms without appearing to give money away. During the Great Depression in the United States, the Federal Reserve offered to buy any gold at a price well above current market prices. This was essentially a money gift to gold holders. In Japan in the 1980s, the Bank of Japan began buying newly-issued common stock and bonds as a hidden money gift to firms."

Realmente la veo como una alternativa viable, pero una vez que las tasas de interes esten cercanas a 0... Ese procedimiento deberia ser una de las ultimas balas de plata