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CNBC: Currency Outlook CNBC: Currency Outlook Reviewed by Marc Chandler on December 29, 2008 Rating: 5
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The ECB Fiddles While Rome Burns

December 19, 2008
The ECB just doesn’t get it. The Federal Reserve has driven the Fed funds target to 0-25 bp. Short-term US T-bill yields have on occasion dipped below zero. As this is written, the 3-month T-bill yield is quoted at -5 bp. And still there is demand.
The ECB Fiddles While Rome Burns The ECB Fiddles While Rome Burns Reviewed by magonomics on December 19, 2008 Rating: 5
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What if the Credit Crunch is a Symptom?

December 11, 2008
Rare is a consensus among economists, the practioners of the dismal science. Yet there seems to be nearly universal agreement about the nature of the current crisis and the parallels with the Great Depression. The paralysis of the capital markets and the inability and/or unwillingness of banks to lend derailed the real economy. By word and by deed…
What if the Credit Crunch is a Symptom? What if the Credit Crunch is a Symptom? Reviewed by magonomics on December 11, 2008 Rating: 5
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Market Watch: China Currency Outlook Market Watch: China Currency Outlook Reviewed by magonomics on December 01, 2008 Rating: 5
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Why No Currency Crisis

November 20, 2008
The historic financial crisis has taken a toll on every country, every market, and every investor. The innocent have been punished alongside the guilty. There is no play book for policy makers to consult for anything outside the bare essentials. Provide ample liquidity. Use both monetary and fiscal policy levers. Prevent a total collapse of the fi…
Why No Currency Crisis Why No Currency Crisis Reviewed by magonomics on November 20, 2008 Rating: 5
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