The East Asian financial crisis

The East Asian financial crisis of 1997 represented a major interruption in the rapid economic and social development enjoyed by much of the region in the decades leading up to it. In less than a year, some East Asian economies went from being examples of successful development practice to a situation of economic stagnation and […]

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Financial Crisis

The world wide financial crisis has been identified to have several different causes, with the problems originating from the US causing shockwaves around the World, sending the World economy into a crisis. The impact of the financial crisis has been dramatic to the general business environment due to the increased uncertainty and risk that investments […]

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Central Causes of the Global Financial Crisis

The global financial crisis of 2007-present caused the largest meltdown of major economies worldwide since the great depression of 1930. It involved the collapse of large investment banks and as a result affected all markets in the western world. A number of books, newspaper articles and media reports have been written in relation to what […]

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What Does Financial Crisis Mean

A situation in which the value of financial institutions or assets drops rapidly. A financial crisis is often associated with a panic or a run on the banks, in which investors sell off assets or withdraw money from savings accounts with the expectation that the value of those assets will drop if they remain at […]

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Government Intervention

This paper attempts to illuminate the four year-old questions still hanging around regarding the financial crisis of 2007-2009. For example, this study will detail the events that led to the problem at Lehman Brothers. What was the exposure that put Lehman Brothers at risk? What did Lehman Brothers seek from the regulators? Was there a […]

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