Monthly Archives: September 2009

US Credit Perspectives – PIMCOs Mark Kiesel

A report on PIMCOs website (www.pimco.com ) released a short while ago discusses a couple of our favorite things – golf and the credit markets. It actually goes further, though, relating the two and THAT we thought worthy of ‘posting’ … Continue reading

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Wednesday – September 30th, 2009

ECB Lends Banks $110 Billion in Second 12-Month Auction to Increase Credit: Bloomy Europe Consumer Prices Dropped More Than Economists Forecast in September: Bloomy Mortgage Demand Falls Despite Lower Rates: CNBC Wal-Mart Supersizes Its $10 Holiday Toy Program: CNBC   … Continue reading

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Tuesday – September 29th, 2009

Bonds regain US investor appeal: FT U.S. Treasury Aims to Start Toxic-Asset Cleanup This Week: Washington Post Return of Old Thinking Threatens Economic Recovery, El-Erian Writes: FT   The Treasury market is aggressively UNCH today and we’re not sure if … Continue reading

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