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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of financialise.

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Examples

  • Financial whizzkids - much like those experimenting with micro-computers at the time - developed instruments that "financialised" everyday assets and commodities and turned them into derivatives, to be traded on their own markets.

    The Guardian World News

  • With global recession biting, the least 'financialised' economies will be those that thrive, says Edward Luttwak

    The First Post: Latest

  • But within the constraints of a City dominated by the distorting effects of financialised capitalism and a national Party that refuses to make society the master of the market Ken was always going to find it tough.

    Damning Post from Compass warning Labour

  • And even when they do, any advantage they gain is financialised in the virtual economy by the elites, and loaned back to them at compound interest, then tranched for more virtual profits, and on and on and on.

    CounterPunch

  • The crisis is a glaring confirmation of the criticisms addressed to financialised capitalism from an anti-capitalist of and/or global justice point of view.

    Mark Shuttleworth

  • Goofy, sure, but also a distinctly Californian figure of communisation, at first glimpse, a homegrown critique of the financialised present.

    Eurozine articles

  • We need to ask: how does it affect the university as such (and the positions of its students and workers), and how do these effects relate to the wider crisis of profitability behind the trend toward increased reliance on financialised capital?

    Eurozine articles

  • The pressure of individualist, financialised motivations squeezed the mutual sector, and especially the financial mutuals.

    Energy Bulletin -

  • When everything has become financialised, finance can no longer extract value.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • Indeed, the term "crisis" is in some respects a misnomer: for what is happening is more nearly business as usual, the way financialised capitalism in the neo-liberal era works.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

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