Basel III & Gold

Basel III Gold

The internationally accepted measures that came into effect with the 2008 financial crisis to control and regulate the financial statements of banks and reduce risks are called Basel. Basel III aims to create a flexible banking system that supports the real economy. The aim of the measures revised with Basel III is to prevent excessive … Read more

REPO, REVERSE REPO, FED

REVERSE REPO FED

The Federal Reserve, the Fed, started overnight reverse repo transactions in 2013. The aim of reverse repo transactions is to control the short-term interest rates. Reverse repo (RRP), reverse repurchase agreements, is a transaction that central banks implement when they want to reduce excess cash in the market. In this way, it is aimed to … Read more

Limited Unlimited Money

Limited Unlimited Money

  Money can essentially be studied in two forms, these are the limited (solid) form and the unlimited form. Limited money is the metals with intrinsic value such as gold, silver, platinum, which cannot be produced in the desired amount by the states, whose amount is limited in the world. Recently, digital currencies have been … Read more

GREAT TRANSFORMATION FROM MONETARY ECONOMY TO INFORMATION ECONOMY

GREAT TRANSFORMATION FROM MONETARY ECONOMY TO INFORMATION ECONOMY

GREAT TRANSFORMATION FROM MONETARY ECONOMY TO INFORMATION ECONOMY The economic system we have been in for nearly 300 years since the Industrial Revolution is a monetary system. Firstly, European countries, USA; The money economy, which developed with the industrial revolution in developed countries such as Japan, turned towards digitalization with the production of microchips in … Read more

Global Government Debts-to-GDP Ratio

Global Government Debts-to-GDP Ratio

In the monetary system of the world, the ballooning created by the unlimitedly printed money in the markets is the most important factor triggering the systemic crisis. Here, the question arises of how countries will be affected by the impending global financial disaster. While the developed countries will be affected as little as possible, considering … Read more

Bond Market and Stock Market

Bond Market and Stock Market

The years in which the international bond market entered a rapid expansion period are the early 1980s. The international bond market, a market for foreign currency bonds issued and traded across national borders, has played an important role in the internationalization of capital markets since 1980. After the collapse of the Bretton Woods system in … Read more

Market Fragility Index

Market Fragility Index

Market Fragility Index Mike Maloney blended the margin debt indicator (read: Margin Debt) with the Buffet indicator and created the “market fragility index”. While the Buffet indicator gives an idea about when the market is overvalued, the market fragility index gives information about how close it is to collapse, that is, its fragility. These two … Read more