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So far the Depession would reacted between. My very development was a reasonably result of the cut-throat queen among financial actors. That would have restricted growth much earlier but for the author to fill-backed consumption. The combination of the surrounding short-term impact and more beginning-term eggs could have individual changes on the Eastern Ireland economic climate.

Three Depression angoisse permanente are pointing toward a severe and protracted recession. Their cumulative effects are to be felt at the very least till the end of and probably Lesbian jokes hindi. First, the wealth effect is now to go downward, for several reasons. With a brutal drop in house prices, the home equity extraction is to be considerably reduced. Note here that would stock prices go down during 2nd or 3rd quarter, the reduction could be greater. This reduction is to extend at very least till end and probably till summer In previous recession, the household saving rate acted as a kind of income buffer.

Households reduced their savings to compensate for falling income from various sources. As pension funds have been severely hit by the fall in stock prices till end summerUS households are to be under a strong pressure to reconstitute both their wealth and savings. To the contrary of previous recessions, the saving rate is then to increase, becoming then pro-cyclical. Note here that a return to a 2. However, what has been described here is in a way a pure computational approach. What is still not known is to what extent the new context, with the looming threat of mortgage foreclosures and with many family in the neighbourhood expelled from their home, is to impact on US household preferences ranking.

One cannot exclude the possibility of households overreacting to the new context and increasing their saving rates to a much larger extent than what is usually forecasted. One result of empirical and econometrical studies done so far on the wealth effect is to show that: One result of the home equity extraction mechanism is that real-estate has became a highly liquid wealth asset between and Then one can forecast a particularly strong downward consumer reaction when all consequences of the home-prices fall are to be acknowledged. The effect of the credit constraint now snowballing from the mortgage market to the credit-card and auto-credit markets is also difficult to predict as it could massively change household expectations.

Even if the US government is to implement a larger relieve plan than what Secretary Paulson has designed so far, one can reasonably assume that the wealth effect is to play a deep downward role on the US economic activity at least till Second, if bad news are coming from the wealth effect, the situation in the wage and salary income field is no better. As unemployment is again on the rise downward pressures on real wages are to be quite strong. As the total number of wage-earners is now diminishing, the global wages and salary income inflow is at best to stagnate and could not compensate for the downward wealth effect.

At the very best the real wage and salary income growth could be at 0. Combined to the wealth effect, this could implies a reduction of real Personal Consumption Expenditures by 1. To what extent the fall of internal consumption could be compensated by investments and exports is difficult angoisae assess. US investments have been angoisde low for a while and there would be some good reasons to expect an increase in Vigina vore years. However in a recession the private sector is not very eager to increase its investment effort. Usually a public investment policy would be an effective contra-cyclical tool.

However, as it is to be explained latter, the Permnaente budget is to be severely constrained for and fiscal years. Nevertheless, if US permanentte increased during fall and early winter, the process has been much smaller than expected. If the US Dollar real Effective Exchange Rate has went down to a considerable extent, the current account deficit is still very high Figure 3. Shifting most of the US export potential toward the Euro-Zone would create a major Sexeo ol and Depression angoisse permanente problem.

In such a situation, the probability that exports could fully compensate for the internal consumption contraction is very remote. Third, Heart of asia personals public finances are to be heavily constrained in forthcoming months, making a strong contra-cyclical budget policy angolsse. The housing Gangbang the ex wife slutload crisis and the fall of house prices have already strained local budget revenues permanrnte 22 states and in the District of Columbia.

As local budgets cannot run a deficit the Federal budget is to cover those deficits, for a probable amount of 40 to per,anente USD billions or local expenditures are to be dramatically curtailed, a process adding its weight to already existing depressive factors. In the same time the US bank and insurance systems are to be cleared of accumulated bad assets. So far the Fed psrmanente to take USD 29 billion of assets onto its balance sheet. However the extent of the bad assets issue is much larger and clearly beyond Fed means. This would have to be done probably by the end of Eprmanenteand the eprmanente budget burden or between By any Myrtle nude the FY budget deficit is to be quite large and permanene is to Depession the FY one, and this without a strong pro-active policy.

As already mentioned, no relief can be expected from local budgets, which by the way have angoidse not recovered from the beating they took in and In this context economic forecasts have to be bleak. If we take into account all depressive factors, including their impact on behaviours through the creation Depressionn a highly unstable context, even the IMF forecast, usually described as particularly bleak, could be seen as unduly optimistic. The US economy is to experience the worst of the crisis by late and earlywith some improvements by late and a slow recovery beginning by spring Figure 4.

It is then reasonable to expect that the US economy is to run through a serious recession, whose effects are to felt till at best. Unemployment is to increase strongly in and and there will be no improvement before probablywhen the GDP will recover its actual level. The recession duration is to be much longer than what the US economy has suffered since Impact on economies of EU countries. Western European heterogeneity Main Western European countries are not making for an homogeneous economic group. This is true not just because Great Britain is not part of the Euro Zone but also because a strong heterogeneity inside the Euro Zone. The common currency has so far failed to induce a structural convergence process.

This can be seen when comparing general savings table 3. Actually, Spain is certainly closer to Great Britain than to France in this respect. To a large extent the British economy looks as exposed as the US one. The NorthernRock bank failure of Fall is here clear a symptom. So far the British government reacted strongly. NorthernRock was nationalized to prevent a general bank run. Still, more difficulties are looming ahead. This is probably overly optimistic. The high uncertainty pervading the financial system combined to losses households suffered in pension funds during the last winter is to probably push up the saving rate with a contraction of personal consumption spending.

The fall in home prices is to have the same downward wealth effect than in the US economy. The yearly rate of growth could be in the 0. The strong growth the Spanish economy experienced till was largely pulled by a highly speculative real-estate market. Fuelled both by internal and external demand mostly in tourism resort areas new house constructions on a 12 months basis reachedin As a result Spanish household solvency has significantly deteriorated. The average yearly mortgage payment rose from Securitization of mortgage loans has been at the forefront of credit expansion since Duringthis expansion was made possible by a steady rise in house prices. The real estate sector began its downturn during Fall and Winter The number of new constructions on a 12 months basis dropped sharply toearly Some forecasts are putting this figure toby the end ofwhich would imply to any extent no new constructions during Summer and Fall Household solvency is to be tested during So far delinquencies have been very few, with a record low 0.

However with the sharp increase of credit repayment burden, solvency heavily depends from household income growth in coming months. This, combined to the Euro change rate overvaluation is to hit hard competitiveness. Combined to a huge inflow of immigrants, this is to push down wages in the next two years. If the process happens through high inflation nominal wages still increasing but slower than prices the shock on household solvency is to be limited and the rate of delinquencies is not to increase too fast. If the process happens without an inflation burst, that is if wages nominal growth is to stagnate during the next two years, then the effect on household solvency is to be important.

This would be serious a problem for Spanish banks. One can assume they are to restrict lending from Spring on to reduce their exposure to the real-estate credit risk. This move is to have a strong impact on economic activity. It is to be compounded with a strong reduction in investments, directly linked to the current contraction of the house-building sector. However, this could not be the end of the story. If a serious growth slow-down is to happen in Spain, it could degenerate into a much worse crisis. Spanish banks are highly vulnerable to a strong real estate sector downturn. Spanish banks are also vulnerable to an external shock. They are exposed to a considerable extent to an economic downturn in Mexico.

If, as forecasted here, economic activity is quite depressed in the USA by Fallthe impact on Mexico is to be significant. In the same time, Mexico is a country directly threatened by Chinese competition. Mexican production, which had a significant quality advantage compared to Chinese exports in regressed when China closed the gap. A strong recession in Latin America could then have a serious disruptive effect on Spanish banks, at a time they are to be weakened by the real-estate market downturn in Spain. Even if their profit ratios are still good by Springthey are to suffer a serious shock by next fall.

A bank shock in Spain would have tremendous consequences not just inside the country, but also in the whole Euro-Zone. The Spanish government has already announced an economy rescue plan and is to inject 8 Euro billions by and 10 by This is a step in the good direction, but is still much too conservative. However, there is to be no room for error in economic policy. In such a situation, the yearly GDP growth is to be more depressed than what is currently expected. Yearly GDP growth averaged 3.

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The IMF is now forecasting 1. This again is probably optimistic. Growth could fall under 1. The situation of Germany is of particular interest as the economy has been for long the leading one in Western Europe and is exerting a powerful influence on its neighbours. To some extent too, Germany, like France or Italy is still closer to the traditional Western European economic and social model than Great Britain and Spain. It has been argued that the German industrial structure could shield the economy from the impact of a strong Euro. However, since summerwhen the Euro began to appreciate quickly against the US Dollar, business expectations have fallen to a significant extent.

There is currently a strong gap between the assessment of the economic situation which is still positive and business expectations. This is particularly true in manufacturing industry. This huge discrepancy between situation assessment and expectations is the result of the sharp drop Depression angoisse permanente future contracts. The current situation is assessed on the basis of contracts made 6 to 12 months earlier. For the April IFO survey the situation assessment reflects the German industry order book as it was late spring However, the strong Euro is making German products non Meetanostomate on various markets.

The German industry order book is deteriorating fast, which explains why expectations are gloomy. Investments have considerably slowed down in and and never completely recovered. Internal demand is then not to be a substitute to dwindling exports. One can then expect economic activity to slow down significantly from end Spring on. The extent of this process is still difficult to forecast. However, IMF forecasts for Germany are not taking into account either a US recession deeper than forecasted, nor potential side effects of a Spanish crisis on German banks and insurance companies. Actually the French average yearly growth for has been significantly higher than in Germany or Italy, and comparable to Netherlands.

Mortgage backed loans are not very used in Depression angoisse permanente and this has reduced the potential for a bubble during the last three years. It is however true that the French industry vulnerability threshold to the Euro exchange rate is somewhat lower than the German industry one. Another disturbing point is the current government economic policy. Since general elections of Junethe new government is implementing a string of structural reforms aiming at increasing the labour-market flexibility and diminishing labour costs. Unfortunately these reforms are to make their impact felt during and when the demand is to be already depressed by the crisis in neighbouring economies.

To some extent the policy the new Prime Minister Mr. Fillon is currently advocating is not without similarity by the one Pierre Laval implemented in Such a policy is ill-timed and will probably increase the French economy vulnerability during and So far, the French government has not showed a willingness similar to the German one to publicly acknowledge how bad the situation is to be. As noted in the foreword, the fact that growth for has been a bit better than expected is fuelling a completely unwarranted optimism about the current economic policy effect. Results for March are gloomier. The manufacturing industrial sector production fell by 1. The actual growth nevertheless is more probably to be under 1.

Italy has known a very sluggish growth during the last 5 years. By any extent Italy is the economy suffering the most of the Euro over-valuation. So far Italian banks have not disclosed significant losses and write-offs but the Italian banking system is not extremely transparent. Italian insurance companies have suffered from the global financial crisis and it would be surprising if Italian banks were to fully escape the financial blood bath. Consumption is already quite depressed even if investment is like in France still at a higher level than in Germany and Great Britain. To sum up, Western European countries are to suffer significantly from the current crisis even if individual countries are to experience very different situations.

There is then no doubt the Euro Zone is to face significant economic hardship in years to come even if the recession is to be less severe than in the US economy. Impact of the crisis on Eastern EU economies Eastern European countries have known a strong growth from This high growth has been generated by a strong investment process, which has been helped by an important FDI flow, concentrated on Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, and also quite pro-active public policies. Eastern European economies developing along the path of low-cost industrial goods exporters are to suffer an ever greater competition from East-Asian economies if they are not able to make considerable gains both in productivity and production quality in forthcomings years.

To some extent the Eastern European economies development path was under fire even before the beginning of the current crisis. There are no doubts however those Eastern European economies are to be hit hard by the current crisis in forthcomings months. Factors pointing to this direction are numerous. If economic activity is to slow down in the Euro zone and particularly in Germany and France demand is to be seriously constrained. Not only is activity to slow down but the trade deficit is to widen if Eastern European exports toward the Euro zone are to be reduced. The current credit crunch is then to hit hard the Eastern European banking sector. The combination of export reduction and reduced activity is to reduce budget revenues growth during and As most Eastern European countries are running high budget deficit and considering the fact local financial markets are to be short of liquidity for a time, an adjustment process on the expenditure side is unavoidable and is to contribute too to economic growth reduction.

Most eastern European economies have extremely unfavourable energy balances. The rise in oil prices is to have a strong impact both on economic activity and inflation. This would also contribute to further deficit of the trade balance. Economic growth is then to slow down to a significant extent during and even more in This growth recession is to be combined with increased trade deficits and rising inflation. The very positive economic image Eastern European economies benefited from during last years could be quickly overturned, would a significant bank crash or some political troubles happen during coming months.

By any extent, the FDI flow is to be reduced, raising a serious current account problem. The combination of the crisis short-term impact and more long-term issues could have significant changes on the Eastern Europe economic climate. European economies through times of crisis: The current crisis effects on European economies are to be widely different from one countries group to another. There is nevertheless no doubt that Europe is to be hit hard and that the Euro zone is to know a significant and long recession. Countries whose economy has come closer to the US model are to suffer most.

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