jeudi 21 février 2013

Sans une subvention de 83 milliards de $ par an, les banques US ne feraient pas de profit

Le groucho capitalisme expliqué en un graphique... (post à relier à celui que je vous mets juste après)

America's TBTF Bank Subsidy From Taxpayers: $83 Billion Per Year
ZeroHedge, 20/02/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Day after day, whenever anyone challenges the TBTF banks' scale, they are slammed down with a mutually assured destruction message that limitations would impair profitability and weaken the country's position in global finance. So what if you were to discover, based on Bloomberg's calculations, that the largest banks aren't really profitable at all? What if the billions of dollars they allegedly earn for their shareholders were almost entirely a gift from U.S. taxpayers? The stunning truth is that the top-five banks account for $64 billion of an implicit subsidy based on the ludicrous (but entirely real) logic that: The banks that are potentially the most dangerous can borrow at lower rates, because creditors perceive them as too big to fail. Perhaps this realization will increase shareholder demands - or even political furore? The market discipline might not please executives, but it would certainly be an improvement over paying banks to put us in danger.



ROBBER BARONS
The WilliamBanzai7 Blog, 20/02/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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C'est le camp du bien, de l'élite "éclairée", de la démôcratie, des "Lumières", et du doigt de l'homme (le majeur)...

E pluribus fool em...

1 commentaire:

  1. Le titre est faux... JP Morgan, Wells Fargo et Goldman Sachs feraient encore des bénéfices.

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