Monthly Archives: September 2009

Friday – September 25th, 2009

Fed May Need to Be Aggressive in Reversing Actions, Warsh Writes in WSJ (Boomy Story) Marc Faber Says Stocks Have Likely Peaked for 2009: Bloomy Julian Robertson: Markets Will Pay the Piper: CNBC video link   Given we excel at … Continue reading

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Thursday – September 24th, 2009

Federal Reserve May Work With Money Market Funds to Prevent Inflation: FT Germany Cuts Debt-Sale Plan on ‘Improved’ Conditions: Bloomy European Bonds Rise as Germany Cuts Debt-Sale Plan, Ifo Misses Forecasts: Bloomy Banks Won’t Crimp Lending on Higher Capital Requirements, … Continue reading

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Wednesday – September 23rd, 2009

Fed’s Bullard Backs Resolutions That May Mean Bondholder Losses: Bloomy  THIS ONE’S IMPORTANT, FOLKS, AND AS SUCH, WE’VE GOT LINK HERE TO ST. LOUIS FED SITE WHICH IN TURN LINKS RIGHT TO THE ARTICLE IN QUESTION. PROBABLY WORTH A LOOK. … Continue reading

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