It becomes obvious once again that world economy will suffer the results of playing games at “speculation-enabled” stock exchange markets. BBC uses the phrase “adverse effect on market sentiment” when mentioning the problems in the mortgage sector.
Market sentiment? Could the fate of a large-scale production and trade of a huge country be left to the “sentiments”? If it’s capitalism, it could. In a global economical system that holds “stock exchange halls” as temples, “brands” as totems and “marketing philosophy” as a dogma, global economical crisis are not unusual. The world had already seen this movie several times in the past; each time, the “solution” came with a new local or large scale war, elsewhere in the world. Capitalism as usual, nothing more.
Keep an eye on the biggest corporate “players” and the politicians directed and manipulated by them: A new “conflict” can appear anytime, anywhere on the Earth if the international finance-capital oligarchy sees it necessary. Time to worry, as the “season of coups and wars” approach, amid serious fears for economical crisis, drought, famine and climate disasters.