- A Crisis That Markets Can’t Grasp
As Japan’s disaster evolves, Wall Street keeps recalculating the damage. So far, it’s been hard to rely on history for guidance. 日本の災害は進化するにつれ、ウォール街がダメージを再計算続けている
- G20 communique: the text in full
The full text of the leaders' declaration released today, following the G20 Summit in SeoulThis is the full text of the leaders' declaration released today, following the G20 Summit in Seoul:1. We, the Leaders of the G20, are united in our conviction that by working together we can secure a more prosperous future for the citizens of all countries.2. When we first gathered in November 2008 to address the most severe world recession our generation has ever confronted, we pledged to support and stabilize the global economy, and at the same time, to lay the foundation for reform, to ensure the world would never face such upheaval again.3. Over the past four Summits, we have worked with unprecedented cooperation to break the dramatic fall in the global economy to establish the basis for recovery and renewed growth.4. The concrete steps we have taken will help ensure we are better prepared to prevent and, if necessary, to withstand future crises. We pledge to continue our coordinated efforts and act together to generate strong, sustainable and balanced growth.5. We recognize the importance of addressing the concerns of the most vulnerable. To this end, we are determined to put jobs at the heart of the recovery, to provide social protection, decent work and also to ensure accelerated growth in low income countries (LICs).6. Our relentless and cooperative efforts over the last two years have delivered strong results. However, we must stay vigilant.7. Risks remain. Some of us are experiencing strong growth, while others face high levels of unemployment and sluggish recovery. Uneven growth and widening imbalances are fueling the temptation to diverge from global solutions into uncoordinated actions. However, uncoordinated policy actions will only lead to worse outcomes for all.8. 1：指導者の全文はG20のソウルで首脳会談以降、本日発表された宣言は、。。u0026#39;SeoulThisのG20サミット、次の本日発表された宣言は、指導者の完全なテキストです
- Record bank lending feared to lead to bad loans
Will Chinese banks' record-high lending create problems of non-performing loans and undermine the stability of its financial institutions? Not surely. But the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development ) is thinking of the risks.
The OECD said in its first China survey for five years that while China's loose monetary policies had helped shield the country from the world recession, excessive government interventions were a concern.
The report identified the recent surge in ... れる中国の銀行の記録を高い融資以外の問題が発生する不良債権と金融機関の安定性を損なう？ない確かに