James Saft is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – That much-anticipated global coordinated easing won’t be global, won’t be coordinated and won’t even be much of an easing.
Will bond investors keep faith with U.S. government debt amid signs of growing global inflation?
If you have forgotten the credit crunch it appears you have company: U.S. banks are lending again.
The good news is that the European Central Bank will probably start a massive additional round of quantitative easing to fight the break-up of the euro zone.