segunda-feira, 6 de janeiro de 2014

Bubble vs. Blob


Todos os dias a imprensa publica artigos de especialistas dissertando sobre a questão do momento: existe uma bolha imobiliária no Brasil?

Uns acham que sim, outros acham que não.

Foto Al Jazeera
Eu, por exemplo, que não sou especialista, acho que não. Não é uma bolha o que experimentamos. É uma ameba assassina - como a do cinema -, a mesma gosma viva que parasita todas as grandes cidades do planeta - e o que é pior, tida e saudada por muitos como um maná caído dos céus, a suprema invenção da mão invisível, máxima realização da economia de mercado.

Vale dar uma conferida nessa matéria, da TV Al Jazeera, sobre a ameba imobiliária transnacional.


Priced out of the city
Counting the Cost explores rising housing prices to find out who is inflating the market and who is being left behind.
16 Nov 2013
From London to Sao Paulo, Shanghai to Sydney, we are witnessing another property bubble, just after the worst financial crisis the world has seen since the 1930s. (...) house prices are in many cases rising faster than the economy. In the US, the average home value is now within just 7 percent of the pre-crisis peak, which was $230,400 in July 2006. In Sydney, Australia average house prices surged 13 percent to $718,122 in the first three quarters of 2013. China is concerned about a property bubble and social unrest, with house prices up 9.1 percent until September 2013. In India, house prices in Mumbai have increased 70 percent in the past four years while house prices in Sao Paulo, Brazil went up 181 percent since January 2008. And in Dubai despite the crash prices went up by one-third in the last six months, but they are still off their 2008 peak. So is it a new housing bubble? Who is inflating the market and who is being left behind? (...)

Leia a íntegra do texto e veja a matéria da TV em
http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/countingthecost/2013/11/priced-out-city-2013119142958346774.html




2014-01-06

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