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FKK Mit Jenny Und Lore am Strand, Mit Starck und Kolumbus. Category:1921 births Category:Living people Category:German geophysicistsLatest market data Stock search Some large banks continue to expand their businesses in Asia, even as the U.S. slows the pace of its Asian lending. Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced Thursday they are adding new ATMs and opening branches in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia, part of a long-term strategy in emerging markets. The trend reflects the rapid growth of bank business in Asia, while the U.S. struggles with a slowdown and the financial crisis. "They are targeting geographies they think are growing," said John Aliferis, chief economist at Global Insight. "It's a rational strategy and one that they probably saw coming a few years ago. They knew that as the U.S. slowed, it would be in their best interests to aggressively go abroad." The banking industry last month reported a $66 billion profit for the first quarter, its best quarterly showing in a decade. That reflects the improving economy in Asia, where economies have been bolstered by the global rebound. Even as the U.S. has pulled back on lending, the Asia-Pacific region remains attractive. International trade in goods and services is expected to grow 6.4 percent this year, the fastest pace in more than a decade, according to the International Monetary Fund. Advertisement For the global banking industry, the region has been the fastest-growing part of the world, Aliferis said. But the banks have also focused more on that growth because of the slow U.S. economy. It's a shift from a few years ago, when bankers aggressively focused on emerging markets and the U.S. because of China's rapid economic expansion. Now they have two strong economies that are growing, Aliferis said. The U.S. is producing $800 billion of goods a year, and it accounts for only a third of the global economy, according to the IMF. But the U.S. recovery has been uneven, with the economy expanding at an annual rate of 1.8 percent, which is slower than that of China and other emerging economies, Aliferis said. "That has contributed to Europe and the United States not growing as quickly as Asia," he









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