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Events Related to Long Term Capital Management, The Housing Crisis, and Current Events Related to Sovereign Debt in Europe
Finance & Accounting
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Events related to long term capital management, the housing crisis and current events related to sovereign debt in Europe Capital investment management refers to a business venture whereby a business organizes its capital so that it grows and in the process generating capital for that particular business.
The global housing crisis refers to the peaking prices of housing that started around the latter part of 2006 and continues to manifest even presently. In 2008, the highest ever housing prices were recorded. Perhaps this was because of the global financial crisis that the world was undergoing during this time. The US is one of the countries worst affected by this housing crisis. The housing crisis is so serious because not only does it affect individuals, but it also affects the nation’s mortgage markets. In the US, this crisis has been called the bursting housing bubble. The European Sovereign debt Crisis on the other hand refers to the current financial crisis in Europe whereby some countries’ financial institutions have faced collapse. Moreover, these countries have very high debts coupled with abnormally high bond yields that are spread in government securities. This crisis also began in 2008 due to the global economic meltdown. It was first reported in Iceland whereby, the banking system in this country collapsed. After this, the crisis later spread to countries like Portugal, Ireland and Greece. The effect of this crisis is that it has dented the confidence of the affected countries’ businesses, and the economies as a whole. These three concepts are similar in some aspects, but they are also different. ...
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