Monthly Archives: December 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – Thursday, December 11th

U.S. Banks’ Hard-to-Value Assets Rose to $610 Billion in Third Quarter (FT) U.S. Credit-Card Companies Face Increasing Defaults, Deepening Losses (WSJ) Foreclosure Storm in 2009 May Force 1 Million Homeowners From Properties (Bloomy) Treasury Bubble Talk Grows as Investors Give … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Wednesday, December 10th

U.S. Federal Reserve Considers Issuing Own Debt for First Time: (WSJ) U.S. Treasury Credit Swap Risk Surpasses Campbell Soup as Debt Increases (Bloomy) U.S. Treasuries Drop as Debt Sales Increase, U.S. Stock Futures Advance (Bloomy) GM, Chrysler Have Three Months … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Tuesday, December 9th

German Investor Confidence Unexpectedly Rises as Economy Enters Recession (Bloomy) U.K. Housing Sales Drop to Lowest Since at Least 1978 as Recession Deepens (Bloomy) German, French October Exports Drop as Global Economic Slump Cools Demand (Bloomy) U.S. First-Quarter 2009 Hiring … Continue reading

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