Investors prefer to invest abroad on a large scale (to a great extent) because they have better expectations for investments in the local currency area (generally in defiance of the political and/or economic conditions in their own country). – Households and companies exchange domestic money for foreign money because they no longer have confidence in the value of money. – See age dependency ratio, foreign investment, demographically induced, brain drain, demographic hardening, dollarization, euroization, exotikomanie, five-hundred-euro bill, money confidence, capital movements, international, constancy criterion, secondary currency, round tripping, aging, foreshadow effects. – Cf. Monthly Report of the Deutsche Bundesbank of January 2005, p. 43 f.
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