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Plenty helps plenty

22 March, 2010 (20:34) | economy, finance | By: Aerar

(German version published on 28 November, 2009) When a water hose has a hole it might help to simply pump in more water instead of fixing the problem. This solution at least is prefered by the German government with its spending a billion against loan shortage (German). If only enough money (German) will be pumped […]

Three Strikes… and Jung is out

10 March, 2010 (22:57) | abroad, economy, federal states, media, particulars, political trade | By: Aerar

(German version published on 27 November, 2009) Currently there are some things which are happening in politics and some themes which already have been  discussed before have been decided now. Therefore most topics have already been dealt with intensely so beside of a short statement I rather link to articles I read somewhere else. (In […]

Why saving banks?

10 January, 2009 (15:38) | economy, finance | By: Aerar

Seemingly the 500 billion rescue plan of the German government (german) for banks did not yet have the expected success (german). The banks might seem to be saved to some degree now (if they actually wanted to be saved at all) (german). But the fundamental goal of revitalizing the credit market has not been reached. […]

Boom: cash flow

24 November, 2008 (15:29) | abroad, economy, series | By: Aerar

There is no end of the good news worldwide. After the USA now Great Britain (german) and China (german) are setting massive impulses for development. Alone the German government is standing back (german). By maybe it’s just a good sign and there is only fear to overheat the market with another program. Also the pessimists […]