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A crise financeira mundial e alguns impactos na agricultura brasileira: o caso da soja no Rio Grande do Sul

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  • Brum, Argemiro Luís
  • Claudy da Silveira, Daniel
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    A forte liquidez e a euforia internacional, ligada ao dinheiro fácil (especulação), os gastos descontrolados, à custa de forte endividamento, alavancaram as economias mundiais entre 2002 e 2007. Este período de enorme crescimento e liquidez econômica alimentou um processo especulativo que acabou elevando os preços das mercadorias e aquecendo a economia global. Assim, as commodities mundiais tiveram seus preços elevados, frutos da especulação do sistema financeiro. Após este processo de euforia, o mercado se auto-ajustou, buscando corrigir os excessos do período anterior, provocando um “crash” na economia mundial, que teve seu epicentro nos Estados Unidos da América (EUA), com o estouro da bolha imobiliária naquele país. Strong international liquidity and the euphoria linked to the easy money (speculation), the runaway spending at the expense of heavy debt, leveraged the economies between 2002 and 2007. This period of tremendous growth and economic liquidity fueled a speculative process that ended up raising the prices of goods and warming the global economy. Thus, the global commodities have had their prices high, the fruit of speculation in the financial system. After this process of euphoria, the market is auto-set, seeking to correct the excesses of the previous period, causing a crash in the global economy, which had its epicenter in the United States of America (USA), with the bursting of the housing bubble that country.

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    Article provided by Asociación Española de Contabilidad y Administración de Empresas (AECA). Spanish Accounting and Business Administration Association. in its journal Gestión Joven.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): 6 (December)
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    Handle: RePEc:ges:articl:2008-10:6-23
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