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University of Sussex Falmer and Brighton Financial Institutions and Markets HW

Financial Institutions and Markets

University of Sussex, Falmer and Brighton

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The report can be based on one of the four topics discussed below. The report should be typed on A4 paper, Times New Roman, 12 point font, aligning text to both left and right margins, double spacing and should be no more than 1,000 words, excluding the reference page(s), bibliography and appendices (if applicable). Marks will be deducted for excessively short or lengthy reports. Separate word counts should be displayed on the first page of the coursework.

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N1554 FINANCIAL INSITITUTIONS AND MARKETS ASSIGNMENT OUTLINE. Your report can be based on one of the four topics discussed below. The report should be typed on A4 paper, Times New Roman, 12 point font, aligning text to both left and right margins, double spacing and should be no more than 1,000 words, excluding the reference page(s), bibliography and appendices (if applicable). Marks will be deducted for excessively short or lengthy reports. Separate word counts should be displayed on the first page of the coursework. REPORT QUESTION. Discuss and critically evaluate one of the following questions/statements: 1. What impact did “credit crunch” effect have on the UK stock market during the 2008 recession? 2. Analyse impact of securitisation on banks’ liquidity and developments in the field of global securitisation in the post 2008 recession period. 3. Can Vicker’s regulation in the UK and Volcker’s rule in the US prevent a next financial crisis? 4. What is the role of CRA’s in debt capital markets and do these institutions have any conflicts of interest? PLAGIARISM “Plagiarism is the practice of presenting thoughts, writings or other output of another or others as original, without acknowledgement of their source(s).” All material used to support a piece of work, whether a printed publication or from electronic media, should be appropriately identified and referenced and should not normally be copied directly unless as an acknowledged quote. Text translated into the words of the individual student should in all cases acknowledge the source. For further information please see: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/s3/?id=35&jquery=off Before submitting the essay, you should check through it to ensure that: any material that has been identified as originally from a previously published source has been properly attributed by the inclusion of an appropriate reference in the text; direct quotations are marked as such (using “quotation marks” at the beginning and end of the selected text); and citations are included in the list of references. ...
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Running head: CREDIT CRUNCH

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The Impact of “Credit Crunch” on the UK Stock Market During the 2008 Recession

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CREDIT CRUNCH

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The Impact of “Credit Crunch” on the UK Stock Market during the 2008 Recession
A credit crunch is an economic situation where lending activity by financial institutions
declines due to a sudden decrease in fund supply. In most instances, if a recession lasts longer, a
crunch makes it extremely difficult for firms to borrow since lenders such as banks are skeptical
about defaults and them being rendered bankrupt. This often results in lending institutions raising
their rates, making it impossible for borrowers to get funds. A credit squeeze affects both
individuals and businesses, leading to a ripple effect which spreads throughout the economy,
making other financial section to suffer much. Mortgage rates drop, causing investors to cut back
due to a decrease in capital.
During the 2008 financial crisis, a credit crunch arose following a period where lenders
were lenient in giving credit (Amadeo, 2019). Loans were awarded to borrowers with questionable
credibility, zero income research, or evidence and little or no deposit. As a result, the rate of default
rose to render ...

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