Even for those who perceive the bankruptcy of Lehman and the AIG “bail-out”, with the inventory market down over 20%, people need to know what to do with their cash now. In recent years, the Fed has been repeatedly urged to lift bank capital necessities via something referred to as a Countercyclical Capital Buffer (CCyB). The CCyB is designed to increase capital ranges towards the end of an financial cycle. This helps constrain debt-pushed asset bubbles and likewise provides banks excess capital to launch in a downturn in order that they will develop credit when the economy needs it essentially the most. But the Fed has repeatedly refused to invoke the buffer, while allowing banks, on common, to deplete their capital levels by way of shareholder payouts that exceed their earnings.

This effort to vary the Indian culture and its economic system in a single stretch is impracticable. The folks opposing the move are being termed as traitors. The Intolerance is in full swing. Indian democracy is going astray and is slowly turning into an Intolerant totalitarian state like Hindu Taliban. The only country in the world not to settle for the con-trick that banks are going bust was Iceland. …