Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research LLC, talks about the Federal Reserve’s move to provide up to $540 billion in loans to help relieve pressure on money-market mutual funds, credit market conditions and the outlook for the U.S. economy and stock market.
00:00 Fed move to buy money fund commercial paper
01:59 Commercial paper market; "shortage" of loans
04:36 U.S. credit markets, Fed liquidity efforts
06:59 Outlook for housing, mortgage markets
07:54 Potential second stimulus a "short-term fix"
09:27 Fannie and Freddie loan, mortgage rules
11:08 Bank lending practices, housing market
13:10 Fed liquidity efforts: impact on inflation
16:01 Outlook for U.S. dollar, stocks: strategy
Running time 19:47
Bianco Calls Fed Liquidity Efforts `Hyper-Inflationary’
Bloomberg, October 21, 2008 13:30 EDT
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