Fuente: The New York Times
Por otro lado, aunque el título es algo impreciso, este artículo de Walter Molano titulado "Impacts of the Freddie Fannie Bailout on Latin Countries" ofrece un excelente recuento y análisis de la complicada situación económica actual.
De este artículo vale la pena resaltar lo siguiente:
"The macroeconomic environment affirms that the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) will leave interest rates on hold, which pushes most of the monetary adjustment on to the rest of the world. Central banks throughout Latin America and Asia are tightening monetary. Chile recently raised its benchmark rate to 7.25%, marking the highest level in 9 years. The Philippines is expected to follow suit. However, their attempts to stabilize their domestic inflationary pressures will be defeated as long as the Fed abandons all monetary restraint in its desperate attempt to save its defunct financial system."Veamos que decide hacer mañana el Banco de México ...