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July 17, 2008


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Milos Sugovic

Good blog. I think this piece of news is one data point that’s part of an overall trend. In particular, as the financial crisis in the U.S. persists, and the recession becomes more entrenched - add to the mix the weakening dollar - the market value of U.S. firms is becoming cheaper and cheaper to foreign investments. Yet the U.S. is still a desirable market due to its sheer size and economic stability (despite recent shake-ups), as well as high propensity to consume. So all those dollars in banks around the world are flooding back into the U.S., and we’ll see this trend continue as long as above economic conditions are maintained.

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