Editor's note: Gray is a rural sociologist with USDA's Cooperative Programs; Martin is a worker-owner of Glut
Whether it was a glut
of excess intended saving (the so-called global saving glut
) or a shortfall of investment intentions, the result was the same: a fall in global real long-term interest rates and their associated capitalization rates.
We urgently need to monitor and understand the role of shadow banking and the too-big-to-fail banks in creating the global credit glut
And this from a man who predicted last year's glut
of sci-fi shows spelled trouble; no new serialized paranormal-themed series saw a second season.
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Unfortunately, the glut
has not taught internationalfinancial institutions, developed countries, and commodity-producing nations their lesson.
These days, companies are adopting and growing storage area networks to manage their email glut
as much as their critical database storage.
The downside of the current local glut
is that owners find their rental income streams - and thus their property values - drying up.
There's nothing aristocratic, though, about today's civility glut
In addition to its announced new computer line, Compaq has addressed the issue of inventory glut
with statements indicating that it is comfortable with its inventory positions, and made the observations in response to questions concerning the issue in light of eMachine's revised forecast of less than expected earnings based upon just such inventory glut
In fact, Daspin thinks there will be a glut
Are we threatened as never before by the glut
of information, often from unreliable sources?