"Debt crisis" and "bankruptcy" have become commonplace terms in most of Europe. And it's not just local businesses that are underwater and can't make interest payments either; it's countries.
By Ian Wyatt | Aug 10, 2011
We certainly live in interesting times.
Today, I'm wondering if the market was worried that the Fed would announce QE3 at the yesterday's conclusion of the most recent FOMC meeting. I mean, how else do we explain the 429 point ramp job the Dow Industrials put in?
It may not have been a majority, but there were a significant number of economists who were expecting the Fed to announce the next phase of quantitative easing, or QE3, yesterday.
It didn't happen...