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Archive: December, 2008

The recession business: not 1930s style

Last week I attended a seminar by Nobel Prize Winner Bob Lucas, on the current international credit crisis. He gave a very big picture view based on a comparison to the 1930s crisis. His bottom line was that as opposed to the Fed response in 1931, this time around the Fed policy response is not read more

Martin Anidjar | December 17, 2008

Argentina’s 15 mins of market friendliness

As I said in my introductory newsletter issue (before switching to a blog format), traveling and spending time with the family is an integral part of this unemployment spell. This implies spending a few weeks in Argentina, which makes it difficult to avoid the local papers. I hope to return to non-Argentine issues in my next posting. read more

Martin Anidjar | December 14, 2008

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