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CNBC: Trading Block CNBC: Trading Block Reviewed by magonomics on August 25, 2008 Rating: 5
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The Fed and ECB: The Hubris of Small Diffrences?

August 01, 2008
Two major central banks, the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, meet next week. The neo-conservative Robert Kagan argued that in international affairs, Americans are from Mars and Europeans are from Venus. Many financial market participants appear to have taken this to heart and extended the application from diplomats to monetary offic…
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What Now Greenback?

July 25, 2008
The US dollar had been buoyed by the easing of concerns that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would fail; a pullback in commodity prices, and weak European and Japanese economic data. However as the last full week in July drew to a close, the greenback lost its momentum as financial fears were rekindled and data shows that the US housing market has not …
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Fannie, Freddie, Hank, Ben, and the Dollar

July 18, 2008
Over the past year, officials and investors have been wrestling with a three-pronged threat: a profound crisis in the financial markets and the circuit of capital, the loss of economic momentum, and inflation pressures, largely but not wholly a function of higher food and energy prices. Nearly every country is experiencing these threats, though th…
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