The crisis affecting the financial markets, especially in the US, is unprecedented.
The crisis affecting the financial markets, especially in the US, is unprecedented. The house of cards built over many years on unreasonably cheep money, financial fraud, power abuse and lack of competent regulation has been blown away. The force of gravity always works, even if it takes longer than normal to assert itself. Those responsible for this historical disaster will remain largely unpunished and most of them will actually be rewarded. And so it goes. With the appetite for risk annihilated, the European and the commodity currencies were sold in panic against the Japanese yen. Barin