NEW CRISIS - OLD INDICATORS
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NEW CRISIS - OLD INDICATORS
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S268667300000616-7-1
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96-107
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Recently, many research papers on forecasting economic crises have been published. In most studies, macroeconomic indicators are used. The present article analyzes the indicators widely used in corporate finance. Their analysis showed that, despite all the efforts of the North American leadership, we can expect a further deterioration in the economic situation. Analyzed corporate indicators of business activity, multipliers. The indicators are divided into groups and the main problems to be expected are highlighted. From the middle of the zero years in the views of economists and financiers, a rapid change of views took place that influenced the financial and economic policy pursued. Suddenly, it turned out that the situation in the middle of the zero years, when, according to some analytical studies, the amount of money in the economy is incomparably small with the needs for servicing transactions, it was repeated after the 2008 crisis. But it was repeated under a completely different scale of money issue. The study of this problem using the tools of corporate finance, presented in this article, gives even more puzzling conclusions. Defines the direction of development of crisis phenomena. Based on the synthesis of indicators, often used in corporate finance, detaches new ways to diagnose the phenomena and tools for their study.
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economic crisis, speculation in the stock market, multipliers, debt servicing, financial and economic indicators
Date of publication
09.12.2017
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