When Is the Right Time to Require Our Banks to Have More Capital Cushion?

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When Is the Right Time to Require Our Banks to Have More Capital Cushion?

While our Federal Reserve was busy printing money, we also maintained the highest percentage of trade deficit in our nation’s history. As we printed money and put it into the economy, within three transactions, those dollars ended up overseas. It was thus inflating other nations, generally those with lower cost products which imported to the United States. Because of all this money flow those economies emerging markets had incredible growth rates along with the inflation which occurs during those periods of GDP growth.

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