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Moral Hazard and the End Game

September 19, 2008
Over the past year, as the financial crisis evolved, US officials have generally pursued a reactionary, ad-hoc approach. For more than half a year, some observers have been advocating some kind of comprehensive approach. It has taken a serious attack on the very foundation of the US financial system to get many officials to overcome their ideologi…
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The Dollar Road Map

September 12, 2008
The first leg of the dollar’s recovery appears to be ending. The dramatic trend of the past several weeks is likely to morph into more of a range trading affair, even if it takes time for such a range to become clear. We can anticipate a stream of fundamental news that will also temper some of the recent enthusiasm for the greenback.
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Foreign Policy Association: Global Economic Outlook Panel

September 08, 2008
"The Foreign Policy Association hosted a panel discussion on the current state and outlook of financial markets as Congress considers policy options for stabilizing the system. The second morning session focused on U.S. and global economic outlooks. Topics included the evolution of the current U.S. and global economic climates and economic ad…
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Is the Dollar Really King?

September 05, 2008
The US dollar recovery over the past several weeks has been simply breath-taking. Consider for example that it took the euro the better part of six months to move from around $1.44 to its record high of almost $1.6050. It took a little more than six weeks to retrace that gain and then some. The violence and persistence of the dollar’s advance sinc…
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Forces of Movement in FX During the last Third of 2008

August 28, 2008
We are entering the last third of the calendar year. The first two-thirds have been rough for investors to say the least with a viciously metastasizing financial crisis, a global bear market in equities and a commodity shock of historic proportions. While the last third of the year will no doubt have its challenges, the annus horribillis may end o…
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CNBC: Tracking the Dollar CNBC: Tracking the Dollar Reviewed by magonomics on August 27, 2008 Rating: 5
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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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