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karennma
6,386 posts
msg #97172
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10/24/2010 9:02:47 AM



This SUCKS

karennma
6,386 posts
msg #97173
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10/24/2010 9:20:20 AM


END OF AMERICA AS WE KNOW IT

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #97305
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11/3/2010 1:30:54 AM

Can you believe the American voting public reelected ANYONE to the US Senate and House?

What were they thinking?

Were they thinking?





heypa
283 posts
msg #97311
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11/3/2010 2:46:32 PM

TRO No. They weren't thinking. It's the Stockholm syndrome.

tmaugham
115 posts
msg #97313
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11/3/2010 6:43:53 PM

Thus I continue to believe that at least half the population should be confined to playpens and fed with spoons!!!

Eman93
4,572 posts
msg #97318
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11/3/2010 11:56:38 PM

"the Fed will surpass China's $868 billion in UST holdings before the end of November." -- ZeroHedge



four
3,276 posts
msg #97342
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11/5/2010 11:48:57 AM

That was one of the aims of Fed's quantitative easing, according to the central bank's Chairman, Ben Bernanke. Writing in the op-ed pages of Thursday's Washington Post, Bernanke asserted: "Lower corporate bond rates will encourage investment."

I infer Bernanke contends lower borrowing costs would induce increased investment in the economic sense, in plant and equipment to expand productive capacity and, ultimately, employment.

But Coke had different plans. It used the proceeds from its bargain-basement borrowings to pay for a tender offer for higher-yielding debt following its acquisition of the North American operations of its biggest bottler, Coca-Cola Enterprises (NYSE: CCE - News) In other words, it was a shuffling of corporate assets, greatly assisted by ultra-cheap credit, rather than a job-creating expansion.

While the Fed's actions are facilitating these financial transactions and fattening Wall Street's year-end bonus pool, it is having severe impacts on the rest of the world. The flood of dollar's is driving down the U.S. currency's exchange rate and driving up those of other countries. Some of which are resisting, notably Australia and India, which raised interest rates earlier this week ahead of the Fed's actions.

http://finance.yahoo.com/banking-budgeting/article/111235/end-of-bond-bull-spurs-borrowing-binge?mod=bb-budgeting&sec=topStories&pos=5&asset=&ccode=
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"shuffling of corporate assets, greatly assisted by ultra-cheap credit, rather than a job-creating expansion",

karennma
6,386 posts
msg #97505
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11/16/2010 8:53:01 AM

SAY NO TO HR 4646!!
The gov't wants your money again.
HR 4646 allows 1% tax on every transaction you do.
Another GOV'T BAILOUT for the banks ... complements of the American taxpayer.


dangreene
133 posts
msg #97519
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11/16/2010 5:58:28 PM

I would rather say; NO, - - - TO THIS TYPE OF KNEE JERK RUMOR MONGERING

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #97520
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11/16/2010 6:37:53 PM

You have got to watch this!

http://www.businessinsider.com/quantitative-easing-cartoon-2010-11

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