Monthly Archives: November 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – Wednesday, November 26th

Thai Army Chief Seeks Early Election, Asks Demonstrators to End Protests (Bloomy) China Central Bank Cuts Interest Rates to Support Slowing Economic Growth (Bloomy) U.K. Consumer Spending Falls Most Since 1995, Investment Drops Amid Slump (Bloomy) German Import Prices Drop … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Tuesday, November 25th

Paulson, Bernanke Said to Unveil New Plan to Shore Up Consumer Financing (Bloomy) King Says U.K. Banks May Still Need More Capital, Credit Biggest Challenge (Bloomy) Swap Traders Push Derivatives on GM Default Recovery as Bankruptcies Soar (Bloomy) Nowotny Says … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Weekend/Monday, November 24th

Citigroup Gets $306 Billion Loan Guarantee, $20 Billion of Government Cash (Bloomy) Fed Pledges Exceed $7.4 Trillion in Rescue of Companies With Frozen Credit (Bloomy) Treasury Traders Paid to Borrow as Fed Struggles With Frozen Repo Market (Bloomy) German Ifo … Continue reading

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