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Global Financial Instability Flow Chart

February 24, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Below is a flow chart that shows some of the causes of financial instability in the global economy. Below are the the main points:

* The mismatch in the banking system with regards to paying debt
* Low interest rates and lack collateral required means more lending
* Good debt – productive use in capital investment (however very limited in most countries)
* Bad debt – non-productive assets used for speculation purposes (popular with investors)
* Capital Flows – Governments can fund current a/c deficits with borrowing from overseas
* From this further increases in the supply of money and therefore lending.
* Ends with a property bubble.

Financial Instability

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