The Great Debate

Bond market vigilantes saddle up

By J Saft
April 10, 2009

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U.S. mouth writing checks its body won’t cash

By J Saft
April 8, 2009

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Bank rally ready to be marked-to-market

By J Saft
April 3, 2009

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Fishing for the housing bottom in San Diego

By J Saft
March 30, 2009

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When prophetic long time bears turn a bit cuddly, it is usually best to take notice.  A real estate maven who rejoices in the “nom-de-blog” of Professor Piggington has now, after five years of correctly shouting bubble, labelled San Diego housing prices “reasonable” based on the latest available housing data.

World stuck with the dollar, more’s the pity

By J Saft
March 27, 2009

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Geithner’s naked subsidy redefines toxic

By J Saft
March 25, 2009

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Treasury Secretary Geithner is all but admitting that U.S. banks are suffering not from market failure but self-inflicted collateral damage.

The state-sponsored shadow banking system

By J Saft
March 20, 2009

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Accounting change won’t save banking

By J Saft
March 13, 2009

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By all means reform accounting, but for pity’s sake take your time and keep your expectations low.

Let sleeping shadow banking systems lie

By J Saft
March 6, 2009

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