Citations with the tag: FINANCIAL crises
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- The fiscal and payments crisis.
Lushin, S. // Problems of Economic Transition; Sep97, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p36
Describes the financial crisis in Russia. Principal cause of the crisis; Consequences of the decline in production; Impact of the proclamation of `financial stabilization' under the conditions of declining production; Connections between fiscal and payment crises.
- NEW YORK: Trouble in Nassau.
McKaig, Ryan // Bond Buyer; 11/19/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31268, p41
Focuses on the financial crisis faced by New York's Nassau County. Decline in sales tax collections for September 2001.
- Don't abandon free market capitalism.
Donohue, Thomas J. // Hill; 2/11/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 16, p1
The article reports on the ability of the U.S. to emerge from the financial crisis stronger than before by acting in accordance to tested principles and deal with challenges in an orderly fashion.
- Ride the greenback.
Siddiqi, Moin // African Business; Feb98, Issue 229, p19
Relates issues pertaining to the economic crisis in Asia. Three major global results of the financial crisis; Delay of hikes of interest rates in the United States and Europe; Sterling's offer of highest money yields; Decline of the Japanese stock market; Strength of the dollar against the...
- chapter 4: Special Report.
Siddiqi, Moin // Venezuela Business Forecast Report; 2009 1st Quarter, p25
The article argues that the current financial problems of the U.S. will not necessarily undermine its position as a global superpower.
- Asian bust--U.S. boom?
Siddiqi, Moin // Buildings; Sep98, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p100
Presents an excerpt from the paper `The Southeast Asian Crisis: Constructing Prosperity in the Wake of Financial Collapse,' by William F. Evans.
- On the edge of crisis: Part II.
Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine; Mar1995, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p72
Offers suggestions on how Canadians can protect themselves from a financial crisis.
- International financial crises: Myths and realities.
Schwartz, Anna J. // CATO Journal; Winter98, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p251
Discusses the myths and realities of international transmission of financial crises. How international transmission of financial crises can be prevented; Link between financial crises and exchange-rate crises; Question of whether an individual country that has mismanaged its affairs can cause...
- The origin of Mexico's 1994 financial crisis.
Gil-Diaz, Francisco // CATO Journal; Winter98, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p303
Discusses the factors which lead to the collapse of the financial market in Mexico in 1994. Reforms which lead to economic growth between 1989 and 1994; Details on the financial market history of Mexico between 1989 and 1994; Factors which contributed to facilitate credit increases and led to...
- Lessons for Asia from Mexico.
Meigs, A. James // CATO Journal; Winter98, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p315
Focuses on the financial crises in Mexico and Asia. Why investors where surprised in both cases; Indication that in 1992, economist Milton Friedman predicted the collapse of the Mexican financial market; Similarities between the two financial crises; Question of what investors in Asia should...
- Readers respond.
R. J. // Crain's Chicago Business; 10/11/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 41, p13
The article presents comments from several readers on the article "State's fiscal woes still deepening: Comptroller Hynes" published in the October 4, 2010 issue.
- Asia's debt crisis: Echoes of bailouts past.
Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor; 11/24/97, Vol. 89 Issue 251, pB8
Presents the author's view of the economic crises in Asia as of November 1997. Comments from Richard Cooper, economist at Harvard University, and others; The history behind financial collapses in Japan and South Korea; Mexico's 1982 difficulties; The familiarity of these financial crises.
- The economy in perspective.
Francis, David R. // Economic Trends (07482922); Feb95, p1
Focuses on financial crises. Mexico as an example; Overvaluing of unit of account on foreign exchange markets; Currency value determinants; Voiceback financial system.
- What caused East Asia's financial crisis?
Moreno, Ramon // FRBSF Economic Letter; 08/07/98, Vol. 98 Issue 24, p1
Probes on what caused the financial crisis in East Asia. Alternative view on the origin of Asia's financial crisis; Interpretation of the crisis; Two characteristics common in countries that have experienced finacial crisis; Conclusions.
- The Mexican peso crisis: Implications for international finance.
Truman, Edwin M. // Federal Reserve Bulletin; Mar1996, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p199
Considers the international financial implications of the Mexican peso crisis of December 1994 and January 1995. Creditors and their markets; Countries receiving large capital inflows; Functioning of the international financial system.
- Greed is not good for you.
Holtham, Gerald // New Statesman; 11/07/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4359, p29
Analyzes the reasons behind the turmoil in the financial markets. Demand for high returns; Difficulty of achieving returns of over 20 per cent in the medium to long run; Widening gap between returns to the equity market and what can be earned in the real economy.
- The New York fiscal crisis.
Tabb, William K. // Review of Business; Summer/Fall92, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p6
Examines the financial crisis in New York City. Trends in jobs and income over the years covering the fiscal crisis of the mid-1970s and the current one; Dimensions of the crisis and the response of government; Situation of the poor and the pessimism which surrounds discussions of the so-called...
Aggarwal, Raj // Review of Business; Winter98, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p37
Opinion. Discusses the Asian economic crisis, highlighting various concerns regarding the crisis. Background information on the development of the crisis; Identification of factors which contributed to the crisis; Analysis of the economies of the Asian countries in the crisis.
- Trade and investment in the light of the Asian crisis.
Julius, DeAnne // Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin; Aug98, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p280
Opinion. Presents information on a speech presented by a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, pertaining to the assessment of possible economic and political consequences of the Asian financial crisis. Background information on the Asian crisis; Discussion on Asia's...
- Exposure in Thailand.
Julius, DeAnne // Global Finance; Aug97, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p72
Traces the reasons for Thailand's current fiscal disaster. Mutual fund investments from the United States; Share of loans to Japanese factories in Thailand of Japan's offshore lending; Rationale behind Japanese direct investments in the Southeast Asian country.
- Building character.
Ong Hock Chuan // Global Finance; Sep97, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p138
Relates the effects of the Southeast Asian regional currency crisis on the economy of Indonesia. Assessment of the economy by economists; Comparison to Thailand; Necessity of the state's resolution of certain weaknesses in the economy; Effects on the property sector.
- Student loan market in crisis.
Ong Hock Chuan // Hill; 4/18/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 43, p18
The article reports on the impacts of the subprime mortgage market meltdown on other sectors of the credit market in the U.S.
- Slow-starting finance panel gets members.
Brush, Silla // Hill; 7/16/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 84, p3
The article reports on the 10 member panel chosen by congressional leaders from both Democratic and Republican parties to investigate the cause of the financial crisis in the U.S.
- Sovereign Debt Fears Spread.
Brush, Silla // Emerging Markets Monitor; 7/18/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p1
This article reports on the worsening of the debt crisis in Europe in 2011.
- Averting crisis? Assessing measures to manage financial integration in emerging economics.
Grabel, Ilene // Cambridge Journal of Economics; May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p317
The Asian crisis provides heterodox economists with the opportunity to investigate counterfactually whether the financial policies they have proposed would have averted the crisis. The paper argues that neo-liberal financial integration introduces distinct risks to emerging economies�currency,...
- A Thai-Mexico primer.
Dornbusch, Rudiger // International Economy; Sep/Oct97, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p20
Discusses the financial crisis in Thailand, and compares it to that which occurred in Mexico in 1994. Description of the economic conditions in Thailand; Vulnerability of Thailand and Mexico's economies; Failure of the Bank of Thailand; Lessons which can be learnt from the financial crisis of...
- Nippon negativism.
Malmgren, Harald B. // International Economy; Sep/Oct98, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p32
Focuses on the financial crisis which is being experienced by Japan. Statement from United States President Bill Clinton; What Japan was implored to do; Reasons for Japan's resistance to change.
- Nigeria's colonial government, commercial banks and the currency crisis of 1916-1920.
Olukoju, Ayoeji // International Journal of African Historical Studies; 1997, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p277
Presents a study on the currency crisis that existed in Nigeria from 1916 to 1920. Reference to stipulations of Gresham's Law that `bad money drives out good'; Detailed account of changes in the circulation of colonial currencies; Analysis of the reaction of indigenous Nigerians to changes in...
- On being afraid of the dark.
Olukoju, Ayoeji // Westchester County Business Journal; 8/22/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 34, p4
In this article the author discusses the issues concerning the financial stability and plan of leaders in the U.S. to address the condition.
- Blue-Chip effort to drum up support for Asia rescue plan.
Anason, Dean // American Banker; 02/12/98, Vol. 163 Issue 29, p2
Focuses on the financial crisis of Asia with reference to the efforts of various American banks in the supporting of congressional funding for the Asian economic rescue. Information on a letter which indicated that if the crisis is left unaddressed it could lead to a $300 billion trade deficit;...
- The global financial crisis.
Chussudovsky, Michel // Canadian Dimension; Nov/Dec97, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p29
Examines the stock exchange crash on October 27, 1997. Decline in the Dow Jones average; Decline in most international stock markets; Role of futures and options trading in precipitating the collapse of trading values; Collapse of national currencies; Symbiotic relationship formed between the...
- BAILING OUT.
Wishnia, Steven // Junior Scholastic; 11/3/2008, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p4
The article describes how the U.S. financial crisis spread worldwide.
- Understanding the Asian crisis: Systemic risk as coordination failure.
Marshall, David // Economic Perspectives; 1998 3rd Quarter, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p13
Presents information on the Asian financial crisis in relation to systemic risk. Justification of financial regulations in the United States and other developed economies; Reference to a report from the General Accounting Office; What the term systemic crisis describes; Details on the Asian crisis.
- Russian government faces many challenges.
Marshall, David // OECD Observer; Apr2000, Issue 220, p4
Reports on the challenges facing the Russian government. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's disappointment with the country's economic performance; Aftermath of the stock market crash of 1997 and financial crisis of 1998; Economic policies which need reform.
- Carping alone won't solve fishery, economic concerns.
Marshall, David // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 1/4/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p10
The author expresses opinion regarding the crisis facing Michigan with the proliferation of Asian carp and their migration to the Great Lakes.
- The wobbles in Southeast Asia's rebound.
Brandon, John J. // Christian Science Monitor; 7/19/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 166, p11
Discusses the possibility that the Asian financial crisis of 1997 and 1998 has not entirely subsided.
- World's financial leaders tackle suge in bank crises.
Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor; 10/2/96, Vol. 88 Issue 216, p8
Presents information on a meeting of the world's financial leaders in Washington during the week of October 2, 1996, in an attempt to cope, and prevent future financial crises. Attempts of the United States' Congress to better savings-and-loan failures; Comments form Morris Goldstein, a fellow...
- Foreign exposure hits banks; Xmas outlook roils apparel firms.
Block, Valerie // Crain's New York Business; 11/03/97, Vol. 13 Issue 44, p3
Focuses on the impact of Wall Street's turbulence, experience during the last week of October 1997, on a number of New York companies. Companies affected by the turbulence; Business among the worst decliners; Detailed information on the impact of the turbulence.
- Plunge makes cable TV the place as reporters conduct the business.
Brady, James // Crain's New York Business; 11/03/97, Vol. 13 Issue 44, p9
Opinion. Discusses the October 27, 1997 stock market crisis. Impact of the rise and fall of the turbulent market; Details on the media coverage of the market crisis.
- Harlem pays a high cost for putting pedigree ahead of economic reality.
Townsend, Alair // Crain's New York Business; 08/10/98, Vol. 14 Issue 32, p11
Opinion. Discusses the economic problems faced by the city of Harlem, New York. Questioning of whether person from out side of the Harlem community to be allowed to invest in the development of Harlem; What the Harlem community lacks; Suggestions on improving the Harlem community.
- The Asian financial crisis: How did it happen?
Townsend, Alair // Business America; Jul98, Vol. 119 Issue 7, p30
Focuses on the factors causing the 1997 financial crisis in Asia. Credit-fueled investment growth; Foreign capital inflows; Decline in investor confidence; Role of financial intermediaries.
- The economic crisis of the First World.
Harrigan, Anthony // Vital Speeches of the Day; 7/1/95, Vol. 61 Issue 18, p552
Presents a speech by the Counselor of the United States Business and Industrial Council Educational Foundation, given at the University of Colorado's Institute for the Study of Economic and Political Freedom, dealing with the economic crisis of the First World.
- The international community's response to the Asian financial crisis.
Hoenig, Thomas M. // Economic Review (01612387); 1998 2nd Quarter, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the impact of the Asian financial crisis on the economy of Asian countries. Performance of the United States economy; How Asian countries were affected by the financial crisis; Role of the International Monetary Fund in assisting Asia.
- Long-term thinking saved stock investments.
Hoenig, Thomas M. // San Diego Business Journal; 11/03/97, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p50
Editorial. States that the problems which the United States stock market experienced during the week of October 26, 1997, was an example of the fault of short-term thinking and the benefit of long-term investing. View that the drop experienced by the market was a needed reality check; How...
- It's shop even if stocks drop.
Merrion, Paul; Adler, Jane // Crain's Chicago Business; 11/03/97, Vol. 20 Issue 44, p1
Focuses on how the stock market decline which occurred in the United States during the last week of October 1997, affected the planned shopping habits of consumers in Chicago, Illinois. Expected future performance of merchants in the city for the Christmas season; Additional information.
- Exchanges mine silver lining in Wall St. storm clouds.
Fritz, Michael // Crain's Chicago Business; 11/03/97, Vol. 20 Issue 44, p3
Presents information on the financial crisis which occurred in the United States during the last week of October 1997. Reference to the stock market's record drop and partial recovery; How the financial crisis affected Chicago's futures and options marts in Illinois; Views of Norman Mains,...
- No one got hurt, except fortune-tellers, Forbes.
Cappo, Joe // Crain's Chicago Business; 11/03/97, Vol. 20 Issue 44, p8
Looks at the financial crisis which occurred in the United States during the last week of October 1997. Assessment of stock market experts in the wake of the stock market plunge.
- Asian problems no short term phenomenon.
Cappo, Joe // Electronic News (10616624); 01/26/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2203, p8
Editorial. Comments on the impact of the 1997 financial crisis in Asia on the region's electronics industries. Effect of the crisis on the long-term economic viability of the industries; Recommendation of changes of financing policies for electronic companies in Asia; Need for caution in...
- Introducing Asia to structured finance.
Steiner, Jeffrey J. // Global Finance; May98, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p20
Reports that Asia's financial crisis has created unforeseen challenges for foreign companies that export to Asian manufacturers. Actions suppliers should undertake to enable Asian customers to continue buying from them; What customers in some Asian countries require; Details on the use of...
- Economic reforms rock, but shouldn't wreck, world economy.
Flanigan, James // Caribbean Business; 8/27/1998, Vol. 26 Issue 34, p20
Editorial. Reports that the problems encountered by stock markets, is mainly due to the struggle of economies with reform. Reason for the increase of United States Treasury bonds; Objective of economic policy; Reference to a meeting between US Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin with Japanese...