The US economy crisis is now getting more dramatic as the politicians in Congress enter the stage. The market is still very fragile as the stock index went roller-coaster, while some economists in the field start to develop the alternative of the Paulson plan --which is somewhat too late at this stage, I believe.
I am diligently taking note particularly on how they'll get rid of toxic assets and at what price they're gonna buy them --and what's the impact to their macro economic variables in the near future . This episode is too important to be skipped. So far nobody has yet talked about, probably, the most interesting part of the suspense, namely, the unregulated very very big credit default swap market.
And if you asked me what's the impact to Indonesian economy, I'd say that I don't even know what's gonna happen to the US economy, let alone to Indonesia.