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22 mars 2010
22 mars 2010

La richesse Canada Économie En Chiffres Gauchistan Québec

Le résultat de 30 années de socialisme:

Socialisme Québec

Socialisme Québec

De 1977 et 2007, la proportion de Québécois avec un revenu se situant entre 100 000$ et 125 000$ a augmenté de 33,3%.  Dans le reste du Canada, cette augmentation a été de 89,4%.

De 1977 et 2007, la proportion de Québécois avec un revenu se situant entre 10 000$ et 20 000$ a augmenté de 49,3%.  Dans le reste du Canada, cette augmentation a été de 23,5%.

Le Québec est pauvre en riche et riche en pauvre…

Source:
Statistique Canada
Tableau 202-0402


22 mars 2010

La sagesse des régulateurs… Économie États-Unis Revue de presse

The Washington Times

Bank regulators given big bonuses
The Washington Times

Wall Street financial firms weren’t the only ones giving big bonuses in the boom years before the worst financial crisis in generations. The government also was handing out millions of dollars to bank regulators, rewarding « superior » work even as an avalanche of risky mortgages helped create the meltdown.

Just as bank executives got bonuses despite taking on dangerous amounts of risk, regulators got taxpayer-funded bonuses despite missing or ignoring signs that the system was on the verge of a meltdown.

During the 2003-06 boom, the three agencies that supervise most U.S. banks – the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC), the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) – gave out at least $19 million in bonuses, records show.

Nearly all that money was spent recognizing « superior » performance. The largest share, more than $8.4 million, went to financial examiners, those employees and managers who scrutinize internal bank documents and sound the first alarms. Analysts, auditors, economists and criminal investigators also got awards.

Because most bank inspection records are not public and the government blacked out many of the employee names before releasing the bonus data, it’s impossible to determine how many auditors got bonuses despite working on major banks that failed.