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Foreign Policy Association: William K. Tell Lecture Foreign Policy Association: William K. Tell Lecture Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 07, 2007 Rating: 5
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How Appropriate is Central Bank Policy

November 02, 2007
The FOMC and ECB are often criticized for being either too accommodative or not accommodative enough. The Fed funds target rate has been cut by 75bp and the more balanced outlook from the recent FOMC meeting initially prompted talk that the end of the mini-easing cycle was at hand. However, renewed concerns about the soundness of financial institu…
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Look out Below: Dollar Losses Accelerating

October 19, 2007
To be forewarned is to be forearmed: Risks are mounting that the US dollar’s slide accelerates into the end of the year. While the $1.4570 area, the euro equivalent of the old Deutschemark record high from 1995, is the obvious near-term objective, the combination of market sentiment and deteriorating interest rate support for the dollar, warns of …
Look out Below: Dollar Losses Accelerating Look out Below: Dollar Losses Accelerating Reviewed by magonomics on October 19, 2007 Rating: 5
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G7 is Overshadowed

October 12, 2007
Another G7 meeting is upon us. It is the first such gathering since the market turmoil began and the acceleration of the US dollar’s decline. Some observers have suggested that it may be one of the most important G7 meetings in years. More likely though such hopes will be dashed and the G7 meeting will be overshadowed by two other gatherings, Chin…
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And Now What? Q4 and Beyond

October 05, 2007
The closing of a couple of European bank managed funds and the failure to secure financing for two large acquisitions in August marked the beginning of the credit crisis in earnest. The rally in US share prices that lifted the Dow Jones Industrials and S&P 500 to new record highs and the September US jobs data, coupled with the sharp upward re…
And Now What? Q4 and Beyond And Now What? Q4 and Beyond Reviewed by magonomics on October 05, 2007 Rating: 5
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