“Hay burbujas continuamente” | Economía | EL PAÍS
Good interview with Robert Shiller on his ideas about markets, bubbles and the economy. Highly recommended
Big banks muscle in on peer-to-peer lending - FT.com
"Earlier this year, 15 employees from Bank of America, Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase applied for a collective $235,000 worth of loans. They did not ask their own employers – some of the biggest banks in the US – for the money.
Instead they got the funds from Lending Club, part of the growing “peer-to-peer” sector that uses the internet to match directly would-be borrowers with lenders."
High profits to keep equity bubble at bay - FT.com
"Bubbles exist when market prices become substantially divorced from the behaviour of underlying fundamentals. For equities, the most i...
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