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New Market Report: US Financial System Recovery: In the midst of a major transformation


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2013-12-27 07:43:57 - New Government market report from MarketLine: "US Financial System Recovery: In the midst of a major transformation"

The abrupt fall in house prices triggered one of the worst recessions in the economic history of the U.S. In response to the collapse of major banks in 2008, the Fed launched the Quantitative Easing program (QE), with the aim of re-establishing credit conditions by accelerating the inter-bank lending. It ultimately boosted the overall level of economic activity in the country.

Features and benefits

* This report analyzes the effects of the global banking crisis on the wider US economy.
* This case study looks at the measures the Federal Reserve (FED) and the US government have taken to tackle the economic slowdown.
* This report examines the role of the country's major banks in the slowdown and subsequent recovery.

Highlights

In 2008,

the financial crisis and the fall in house prices triggered one of the worst recessions in the economic history of the country. Five years after the onset of the financial crisis, the American economy is emerging from the crisis with modest rates of economic growth.
The deepening of the crisis in 2008 and 2009 increased the need to rethink the entire system in order to establish a new regulatory framework in the U.S. However, the U.S government needs to find the right balance between de-regulation and regulation by resisting the temptation of overly regulating the financial markets.
The deepening of the crisis in 2008 and 2009 increased the need to rethink the entire system in order to establish a new regulatory framework in the U.S. However, the U.S government needs to find the right balance between de-regulation and regulation by resisting the temptation of overly regulating the financial markets.

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Your key questions answered

* What is Quantitative Easing?
* How has the US economy and the financial sector responded to the Quantitative Easing program ?

Report Table of Contents:

O VERVIEW
Catalyst
Summary
AN ECONOMY STILL IN CRISIS
$16tn decline in household wealth
Quantitative Easing - the benefit system of the US financial sector
US banking sector: operating under close supervision
UK ring fencing strategy not applicable in US
US banks: $2.6tn liquidity gap
CONCLUSIONS
Uncertain outcomes for US Financial Institutions
APPENDIX
Definitions
Sources
Further Reading
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