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October 4, 2009

Economy Question

-- by Dave Johnson

The experts say that we are starting a recovery, and economic signs are pretty strong.

Why, then, are short term interest rates at approx. zero?

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 4, 2009 7:52 AM


Comments

Great point. And longer term rates are falling on demand for safety.

I am planning on a double dip recovery.

-John Mauldin quoted research projecting 1,000 bank failures out of 2,000 banks in serious trouble.
- Car sales crash after clunkers
- Government employment dropped 65,000 out of the 250,000 in Aug

Posted by: Mace [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 4, 2009 7:55 PM

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