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 16.02.09 09:24  sandi (admin) (DS) shramba  



* zadnji popravek: 16.02.09 09:24


Komentarji uporabnikov  (vseh: 10; zadnji: 16.02.09 19:05)  · 
Kot neprijavljen uporabnik - gost - ne morete vpisovati komentarjev.

 16.02.09 10:10  urkostarodgovori / citiraj

"Vsaka deveta stanovanjska nepremičnina v ZDA naj bi bila nenaseljena."

Tale cifra se mi zdi pa kar huda... Zgleda, da je housing bottom še daleč.
 16.02.09 11:02  kolegaodgovori / citiraj

Ze precej casa poskusam priti do http://www.zse.co.zw/, seveda neuspesno (no response whatsoever), ima kdo kaj vec srece pri tovrstnih podatkih zimbabvejske borze? Na http://www.africanfinancialmarkets.com/ nimajo podatkov ali pa so za premium users (niti tega ne vem, ce tam vendarle so)?

Zanimajo me pac taksne neumnosti, kaj morem.

* zadnji popravek: 16.02.09 11:02
 16.02.09 11:15  andrejcc (DS) odgovori / citiraj

--vlaganje v drzavo, ki ji vlada robert mugabe je po mojem ne samo risk taking ampak nekaj dosti hujsega, vsaj dokler je on oblasti

"I will never, never, never surrender. Zimbabwe is mine, I am a Zimbabwean. Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans," he said.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/779157...
 16.02.09 11:18  crt (admin) (DS) odgovori / citiraj

"Some clever advocates of nationalization have come up some alternative names, Dan. Some of them include government receivership, and my favorite is preprivatization."

John Hendren, ABC News, Feb 15, 2009
 16.02.09 11:22  kolegaodgovori / citiraj

Rad bi videl dolocene vplive dolocenih sedanjih in preteklih dogodkov, med njimi tudi taksnih izjav.
 16.02.09 15:57  _whateverodgovori / citiraj

John Mauldin's Weekly E-Letter:

European Bank Losses Dwarf Those in the US

In a few paragraphs I am going to put up a chart from Nouriel Roubini's RGE Monitor on the size of US bank losses, and in a few pages I'll comment on the Geithner "plan" for rescuing US banks. We have indeed dug ourselves a very deep hole here in the US.

But European banks may be in far worse shape. Bruno Waterfield of the London Daily Telegraph reports to have seen an eyes-only document prepared by the European Commission for the finance ministers of the various EU member countries. The problem revealed in the report is an estimated write-down by European banks in the range of 16 trillion pounds, or about $25 trillion dollars! The concern is that bailing out the various national banks for such an unbelievable amount would push the cost of government borrowing to much higher levels than we see today.

...

Part of the problem is that European banks were far more highly leveraged than US banks. Some banks were reportedly leveraged 50:1. And they lent money to Eastern European projects and businesses which are now facing severe financial strain and plummeting local currencies.

Let that number rattle around in your head for a moment: $25 trillion. Even $5 trillion would be daunting. But the problem is that Europe does not have a central bank that can step in and selectively save banks from one country without taking on all euro zone member-country banks. Yet, as noted above, some countries may not have the wherewithal to save their own banks. It is reported that some Austrian banks are hoping that Germany will step in and help them. Given Germany's problems, they may have a long wait.

Ouch...
 16.02.09 18:05  crt (admin) (DS) odgovori / citiraj
[whatever]

Part of the problem is that European banks were far more highly leveraged than US banks. Some banks were reportedly leveraged 50:1. And they lent money to Eastern European projects and businesses which are now facing severe financial strain and plummeting local currencies.
to je bilo vsaj eno leto popolnoma jalovo razlagat, ker nisi nasel poslusalca sploh... zdaj pocasi stvar konvergira proti akutni pizdariji.

http://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2009/02/w...



* zadnji popravek: 16.02.09 18:05
 16.02.09 18:53  slaveceruodgovori / citiraj
[whatever]

John Mauldin's Weekly E-Letter:



European Bank Losses Dwarf Those in the US



In a few paragraphs I am going to put up a chart from Nouriel Roubini's RGE Monitor on the size of US bank losses, and in a few pages I'll comment on the Geithner "plan" for rescuing US banks. We have indeed dug ourselves a very deep hole here in the US.



But European banks may be in far worse shape. Bruno Waterfield of the London Daily Telegraph reports to have seen an eyes-only document prepared by the European Commission for the finance ministers of the various EU member countries. The problem revealed in the report is an estimated write-down by European banks in the range of 16 trillion pounds, or about $25 trillion dollars! The concern is that bailing out the various national banks for such an unbelievable amount would push the cost of government borrowing to much higher levels than we see today.



...



Part of the problem is that European banks were far more highly leveraged than US banks. Some banks were reportedly leveraged 50:1. And they lent money to Eastern European projects and businesses which are now facing severe financial strain and plummeting local currencies.



Let that number rattle around in your head for a moment: $25 trillion. Even $5 trillion would be daunting. But the problem is that Europe does not have a central bank that can step in and selectively save banks from one country without taking on all euro zone member-country banks. Yet, as noted above, some countries may not have the wherewithal to save their own banks. It is reported that some Austrian banks are hoping that Germany will step in and help them. Given Germany's problems, they may have a long wait.





Ouch...
TO ni samo Ouch če bo do tega prišlo bo to popolen razpad celotnega bančnega sistema stvar se bo zrušila kot hišica od kart podobno velja to za naše banke ala NLB in Istrabenz pa ABANKA in druge. Če se bo ali se je že porušilo osnovno delovanje bank to je posojanje denarja potem teh institucij ne potrebujemo več vsaj ne v taki obliki kot so sedaj.

* zadnji popravek: 16.02.09 18:53
 16.02.09 18:58  mta900odgovori / citiraj
TO ni samo Ouch če bo do tega prišlo bo to popolen razpad celotnega bančnega sistema stvar se bo zrušila kot hišica od kart podobno velja to za naše banke ala NLB in Istrabenz pa ABANKA in druge. Če se bo ali se je že porušilo osnovno delovanje bank to je posojanje denarja potem teh institucij ne potrebujemo več vsaj ne v taki obliki kot so sedaj.
Imaš delno prav in 99% ljudi SE ŠE VEDNO ne zaveda globine tele bančne krize(niti razni "strokovnjaki"..), veliko bank bo še šlo v pozabo(predvsem evropskih..), da pa bi razpadla celotena osnovna dejavnost bančništva pa ne verjamem, trenutne banke, bodo pač nadomestile nove....

Tudi ne vem kaj je tu Roubini povedal novega, vse to je jasno že skoraj pol leta....

Mi je bil nekaj časa všeč Roubini, toda človek, ki v življenju ni kupil vrednostnega papirja pač ne more biti strokovnjak...Ima veliko pravilnih napovedi in ogromno popolnoma zgrešenih....

* zadnji popravek: 16.02.09 18:58
 16.02.09 19:05  andrejcc (DS) odgovori / citiraj
[mta900]

...da pa bi razpadla celotena osnovna dejavnost bančništva pa ne verjamem, trenutne banke, bodo pač nadomestile nove....
--tocno to. nova imena, novi slogani in najverjetneje isti ljudje :)

človek, ki v življenju ni kupil vrednostnega papirja pač ne more biti strokovnjak...
--:)

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