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Tag Archives: Liquidity

There’s a reason you are scared of QE2 | Advantage zyaada

But to be scared of Inflation is a death knell for growth That’s our fact since we started this joyride watch in August 2008 at http://zyakaira.wordpress.com and advantages.us portals. Here … Continue reading

October 27, 2010 · 5 Comments

Bank Results season: India FY 2010

DCB has come in with another $200m loss in Q4, making it one of the few times, investors have supported a restructuring story that is much rather taking the ship … Continue reading

April 19, 2010 · 1 Comment

More to the Banking saga | PE enters fray

U.S. regulators are drawing up rules that would make it easier for private equity firms to acquire troubled banks, aiming to free up more funds to recapitalize lenders, the Financial … Continue reading

June 13, 2009

Citigroup completes agreement with US government

Citigroup says it finalized exchange offers with the U.S. government under which the latter will exchange up to $25 billion of Citi preferred securities for interim securities and warrants. Citigroup … Continue reading

June 10, 2009

Recovery Scenarios: Will It Be Too Hot, Too Cold or Just Right? – Real Time Economics – WSJ

By Goldilocks 😉 I presume The stock market has erased almost all its losses for the year, yields on long-term government debt have returned to something like normal, and commodity … Continue reading

June 9, 2009 · 1 Comment

BofA names new Directors as Ken faces govt fire | FT.com

Bank of America named four new directors on Friday as part of a shake-up designed to infuse the board with more financial services expertise. The new directors are Susan Bies, … Continue reading

June 7, 2009

Anatomy of a stress test | Fool.com gets it (abridged)

One part of Treasury Secretary Geithner’s plan to prop up the failing bank sector is a forward-looking “stress test” imposed on every bank with over $100 billion in assets. Those … Continue reading

May 5, 2009

The Anatomy of the stress test | Fool.com gets it

One part of Treasury Secretary Geithner’s plan to prop up the failing bank sector is a forward-looking “stress test” imposed on every bank with over $100 billion in assets. Those … Continue reading

April 29, 2009 · 1 Comment

Can this man run your treasury?

Mail written by Ken Lewis to BofA employees

February 21, 2009

McDonalds good for $425 million

SAN FRANCISCO MarketWatch — Japans three top banking groups are reportedly lead-managing a 40 billion yen $425 million syndicated loan on behalf of McDonalds Corp., in what would be the … Continue reading

February 20, 2009

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