Financial Slowdown to Adversely Impact Long Term Investment Plans in Nuclear Sector
The US financial crisis has affected the commercial banks and the investment banks that have lent trillions of dollars in mortgage loans. Due to this slowdown the banking sector in the US faces serious crisis and it has also impacted many global financial institutions. The banking systems faces crisis as a result of the huge investments made by the investment banks and government enterprises in sub prime mortgages. The sub prime mortgage crisis has led to the US financial crisis showing the characteristics of contracted liquidity in the global credit markets. As these investment banks have global presence and are affected by the financial systems around the world, the US financial crisis has significant impact on the various Indices. Most of the borrowers have become defaulters and many financial institutions in the US collapsed which catalyzed many mergers and acquisitions in recent months. This may have severe repercussions on the long term expansion plans of the nuclear energy industry. Currently there are over 400 commercial nuclear reactors operating in 30 countries, with 370000 MW of total capacity. The share of nuclear energy is expected to increase significantly in the world with the upcoming reactors that are mostly in planned and proposed stage.
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