Monthly Archives: March 2010

Wednesday – March 31st, 2010

Holding back job growth? Workers’ awesome output: WashPost Tax Receipts Rebound in U.S. as 15 Biggest States Forecast 4% Gain in 2011: Bloomy Europe Inflation Jumps More Than Forecast, Jobless Rate Hits 11-Year High: Bloomy Loomis Sayles’ Dan Fuss Seconds … Continue reading

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Ford Did This Perfectly

A good friend passed this one along last night (thanks Josh) and while we could try and draw some sort of rates conclusion – higher supply to pay for wars we’re currently fighting (Iraq, Afghanistan, Wall Street, capitalism) will ultimately … Continue reading

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When (a) Stoner Speaks … We Listen

Credit Unions vs Commercial Banks – GSEs all over again? Credit unions want to do ‘the right thing’ and make more loans to small biz. Sounds all well and good and noble and Obama-like. Except to say that before we … Continue reading

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