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October 26, 2012

Global Liquidity: Declining Lending and Investment

2012 has proven to be a year of unstable economic conditions across the developed world, with emerging economies suffering as a result. Weak economic conditions in developed nations mean that global liquidity - the access to credit and level of worldwide investment - is decreasing at an alarming rate. Both the eurozone crisis and the run up to the presidential election in America are affecting the level of investment worldwide. Will this investment rise or continue to fall in upcoming years? Watch the video to find out more.

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