Quei diavoli di derivati [NOOK Book]

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La storia segreta delle innovazioni finanziarie e di come le banche dŐinvestimento abbiano inventato nuovi prodotti, di come gli investitori siano stati corteggiati e blanditi perch acquistassero questi nuovi prodotti; di come le autorit che avrebbero dovuto controllare siano state sedotte dalle ricompense e dai ritorni politici del credito facile e di come gli
speculatori siano riusciti a guadagnare cifre iperboliche da un quasi collasso del ...
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Quei diavoli di derivati

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Overview

La storia segreta delle innovazioni finanziarie e di come le banche dŐinvestimento abbiano inventato nuovi prodotti, di come gli investitori siano stati corteggiati e blanditi perch acquistassero questi nuovi prodotti; di come le autorit che avrebbero dovuto controllare siano state sedotte dalle ricompense e dai ritorni politici del credito facile e di come gli
speculatori siano riusciti a guadagnare cifre iperboliche da un quasi collasso del sistema finanziario mondiale.
LŐautore demistifica quella rivoluzione che in poco tempo ha dato alla finanza la stessa rispettabilit intellettuale della fisica teorica. E spiega come i banchieri abbiano creato un meccanismo da migliaia di miliardi, che ha distribuito mutui ipotecari convenienti alla gente comune (anche
a chi non poteva permetterseli) e ricchezze da sogno agli innovatori finanziari.
Come potuto succedere tutto questo? Perch la gente arrivata a fidarsi di strumenti finanziari pressoch arcani? Chi erano i banchieri che competevano per costruire un meccanismo via via pi complicato e inarrestabile, sino al crollo finale e ai salvataggi forzati?
Provocante e avvincente, il libro getta luce sulle forze che hanno causato la pi grave crisi dai tempi della Grande depressione.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788823873063
  • Publisher: Egea
  • Publication date: 10/27/2011
  • Language: Italian
  • Series: Cultura & Società , #1
  • Sold by: eDigita
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 342
  • File size: 493 KB

Meet the Author

Nicholas Dunbar è uno dei più influenti e rispettati giornalisti finanziari del Regno Unito. Dal 1998 al 2009 è stato technical editor di Risk magazine, conosciuto come la bibbia dei banchieri che si occupano di derivati. Il suo precedente libro, Inventing Money, è stato pubblicato in Italia con il titolo Anche i Nobel perdono (Milano, Egea 2003).
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