Monthly Archives: December 2008

What’s Movin’ Markets – Weekend/Monday, December 8th

Producer Prices in U.K. Dropped for a Fourth Month in November, Led by Oil (Bloomy) Obama Says Economy Will Worsen, Not Concerned About Short-Term Budget Gap (Bloomy) Obama Bonds Poised to Give Investors Taste of Japan From Lost Decade Debt … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Friday, December 5th

California May Pay Vendors With IOUs for Second Time Since the Depression (Bloomy) Lawmakers Dodd, Frank Warn Paulson He May Not Get TARP’s Next $350 Billion (Bloomy) China, U.S. Agree to Counter Credit Crisis, Pledge $20 Billion for Trade (Bloomy) … Continue reading

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What’s Movin’ Markets – Thursday, December 4th

BoE CUTS Rates 100bps to 2%, Lowest Level Since 1951 (Bloomy) Paulson Considers New Plan to Revive Housing by Pushing Down Lending Rates (Bloomy) Sweden Cuts Benchmark Rate More Than Forecast as Economy, Inflation Slow (Bloomy) GM, Chrysler Said to … Continue reading

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