Financial Markets and Economic Growth
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The paper asserts that what happens in the financial markets directly impacts both economic growth and economic contraction, as the world has so poignantly re-learned in the wake of the ongoing 2008 recession. This paper examines how the American financial markets' ability to inject or withdraw liquidity impacts other financial institutions, the macroeconomy, international trade, and local business. The conclusion is that there is an intimate and documented link between the financial markets and the economy on several tiers, from the individual consumer to the globe, meaning that the financial markets have to return to health before the rest of the economy can do so. This conclusion points the way to public and market policies designed to address the stability of the financial markets, such a restoration of the Depression-era regulations undone by the Reagan administration.
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