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Financial Crises

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Csizmár Tamás

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Financial Crises

Financial Crisis Types: Banking Crises
Speculative bubbles and crashes
International finacial crises
Wider economic crises

Definiton Consequenses Thanks for
your attention! By: Csizmár Tamás loss of trust
the economy cannot reach loans
bankruptcies
unemployment
the demand is decreasing
oversupply
The term financial crisis is applied broadly
to a variety of situations in which some
financial institutions or assets suddenly
lose a large part of their value. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_crisis Types II. Banking Crises sudden rush of withdrawals
difficult for them to quickly pay back
causing many depositors to lose their savings
systemic banking crisis or just a banking panic Types III. Speculative bubbles and crashes price exceeds the present value of the future income
in hopes of selling it later at a higher price
when many decide to sell the price will fall Types IV. international financial crises wider economic crises a fixed exchange rate is suddenly forced to devalue its currency
currency crisis or balance of payments crisis negative GDP growth
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