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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Certainty in an Uncertain World

Economic decision makers (consumers, businesses, policymakers) and financial market participants dislike uncertainty, but as we head into the middle of September, uncertainty seems to be widespread, especially in Europe. This week, a mix of policy and data will drive markets…

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Policy Matters

The week of August 29 – September 2 ended on a sour note amid a flurry of bad news on the economic and public policy fronts, although most equity markets finished a volatile week little changed despite all the economic volatility that …

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The Markets’ Recession Obsession

On Friday, the Labor Department said U.S. payrolls were unchanged last month. This was the weakest reading since September 2010 and worse than economists’ forecasts. The weak reading on jobs weighed on stocks as market participants reacted to fears of a recession …

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