Posts filed under “Credit”

Sovereign-Bank Nexus

Category: Credit, Think Tank

If They Will Lend, Someone Will Spend (on Something)

If They Will Lend, Someone Will Spend (on Something) Paul Kasriel March 17, 2014     Upon awakening from my winter hibernation way up here in beautiful northeastern Wisconsin, I have noticed that bank asset managers have been anything but hibernating. Rather, they have been quite busy expanding their loans and securities. As shown in…Read More

Category: Credit, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

Private Credit and Public Debt in Financial Crises

Private Credit and Public Debt in Financial Crises Òscar Jordà, Moritz Schularick, and Alan M. Taylor FRBSF Economic Letter 2014-07 March 10, 2014     Recovery from a recession triggered by a financial crisis is greatly influenced by the government’s fiscal position. A financial crisis puts considerable stress on the government’s budget, sometimes triggering attacks…Read More

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Federal Reserve, Think Tank

Sorry Banks, Millennials Hate You

Source: FastCo

Category: Bailouts, Credit, Crony Capitalists, Sentiment

Click here for an interactive chart. Source: Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Category: Credit, Think Tank

Category: Credit, Data Analysis, Economy, Think Tank

Banks as Patient Fixed Income Investors

Category: Credit, Fixed Income/Interest Rates, Think Tank

Look Out Below, Chinese Ted Spread Edition

Equity futures are under pressure this morning as concerns about a shadow-banking credit crunch in China increase. A Chinese credit-market risk gauge is hitting new highs amid growing concerns that leverage and credit risk have reached unsustainable levels. Observers are comparing this to the widening in the Ted spread — a measure of risk in…Read More

Category: Credit, Markets, Trading

Household Risk Management and Actual Mortgage Choice in the Euro Area

Category: Credit, Think Tank

European Debt Crisis: Visualized

Bloomberg’s ace data visualization team crushes it again; this is an awesome primer:

At the heart of the European debt crisis is the euro, the currency that ties together 17 countries in an intimate manner. So when one country teeters on the brink of financial collapse, the entire continent is at risk. How did such a flawed system come to be? Bloomberg Television and Jonathan Jarvis present “The European Debt Crisis Visualized.”


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Source: Bloomberg, Feb. 12 2014

Category: Credit, Currency, Digital Media, Video