Monthly Archives: September 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – Thursday, September 25th

GE CUTS Earnings Forecast, Suspends BuyBacks On Financial Services Weakness (Bloomy) Bush Warns of `Painful Recession’ as Congress Works to Forge Rescue Plan (Bloomy)   Bernanke Says U.S. Faces `Grave Threats’ as Credit Crisis Hurts Households (Bloomy)   FDIC May Need $150 … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Wednesday, September 24th

Paulson Plan Attempts Task That Eluded Bear, Lehman: Valuing Bad Mortgages (Bloomy) Paulson, Bernanke Put Shoring Up Banks Ahead of Cutting Best Taxpayer Deal (Bloomy) Treasuries Lose Allure for Axa, South Korea Pensions as Bailout Costs Soar (Bloomy) Credit Derivative … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Tuesday, September 23rd

U.S. Treasuries Rise on Concern $700 Billion Rescue Package May Be Delayed (Bloomy)    Credit-Default Swaps Market Moves Closer to Regulation With New York Plan (Bloomy) Paulson Plan May Push Debt to Highest Since 1954, Deficit to $1 Trillion (Bloomy) Stocks … Continue reading

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