Dienstag, 8. Oktober 2013

Folgen des "Government Shut-Downs"

Erste Anzeichen, dass die Haushaltskrise in den USA erste indirekte Auswirkungen hat.

Via Calculated Risk:
"Americans' confidence in the economy has deteriorated more in the past week during the partial government shutdown than in any week since Lehman Brothers collapsed on Sept. 15, 2008, which triggered a global economic crisis. Gallup's Economic Confidence Index tumbled 12 points to -34 last week, the second-largest weekly decline since Gallup began tracking economic confidence daily in January 2008."


Das Gerangel um die Finanzpolitik (bzw. ja eigentlich um das Gesundheitssystem) scheint bereits jetzt relativ deutliche indirekte Effekte nach sich zu ziehen.
Americans' confidence in the economy has deteriorated more in the past week during the partial government shutdown than in any week since Lehman Brothers collapsed on Sept. 15, 2008, which triggered a global economic crisis. Gallup's Economic Confidence Index tumbled 12 points to -34 last week, the second-largest weekly decline since Gallup began tracking economic confidence daily in January 2008.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/10/gallup-sharp-decline-in-confidence.html#btJ1xcqHRSQr3691.99
Americans' confidence in the economy has deteriorated more in the past week during the partial government shutdown than in any week since Lehman Brothers collapsed on Sept. 15, 2008, which triggered a global economic crisis. Gallup's Economic Confidence Index tumbled 12 points to -34 last week, the second-largest weekly decline since Gallup began tracking economic confidence daily in January 2008.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/10/gallup-sharp-decline-in-confidence.html#btJ1xcqHRSQr3691.99
Americans' confidence in the economy has deteriorated more in the past week during the partial government shutdown than in any week since Lehman Brothers collapsed on Sept. 15, 2008, which triggered a global economic crisis. Gallup's Economic Confidence Index tumbled 12 points to -34 last week, the second-largest weekly decline since Gallup began tracking economic confidence daily in January 2008.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/10/gallup-sharp-decline-in-confidence.html#btJ1xcqHRSQr3691.99

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