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The financial literacy of America has improved markedly, nearly to college level, as a result of the global recession that started in 2007. What about state-owned banks, is the time ripe to explore that part of economic history?
Americans, now economists, can fill a green chalkboard from left to right, with the familiar logic of our situation: Read more about State-Owned Banks as a Way to Rebuild the Housing and Real Estate Markets
Each day the stock markets trend lower, seeking floors, comfort. A sense of how bad it could get leads to further erosions of global equity values and banks unwilling to lend. Already Silicon Valley VC funds are sounding the alarm to portfolio companies: tighten up on spending, pare plans, boost revenue-production. Read more about Transparency, Money and the 2008 Collapse of Credit & Stock Markets