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GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
Transcript of GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS
Subprime Mortgage Loans
Expansionary Monetary Policy
"The Fed dropped its short term interest rates from 5.25% to 0% by the end of 2008" (Llyod, 2011)
Rate of return
Spending > Savings
Injection > leakage
Private Investment Spending
The Economic Stimulus Act of 2008
"...the federal fiscal deficit" increases from 36% of GDP to 62% of GDP at the end of 2010 (Ciro, 2012, p.104)
Government expenditure > tax revenue
"The U.S. economy is experiencing a slow recovery even though it shows significant economic growth."
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Subprime Mortgage Owners
Prime Mortgage Owners