Monthly Archives: November 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – Friday, November 21st

Bank of Japan Keeps Rate at 0.3%, Considers Adding Funds to Banking System (Bloomy) U.K. Home Repossessions Rise 12% as Economy Contracts, Unemployment Climbs (Bloomy) European Services, Manufacturing Shrink at the Fastest Pace for 10 Years (Bloomy) FDIC May Exclude … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Thursday, November 20th

U.S. 10-, 30-Year Treasuries Soar as Stocks Plunge, Recession Risk Deepens (Bloomy) SNB Cuts Benchmark Rate by a Record 100 Basis Points (Bloomy) GMAC Applies for Status as Bank, Begins Debt Swap (Bloomy) Citigroup, Pandit Face Fire for Reclassifying $80 … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Wednesday, November 19th

Citigroup Liquidates Hedge Fund After Drop of 53% in Value Last Month (FT) BOE Considered Bigger Rate Reduction When It Lowered Borrowing Costs to 3% (Bloomy) ECB’s Ordonez Forecasts `Enormous’ Decline in Euro-Region Inflation Rate (Bloomy) Trichet Says Crisis Is … Continue reading

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