The last week has seen the Fed throw more money at the banking system -- and the markets have apparently shrugged-off the positives. After a brief flattening in the Treasury curve, the markets returned to their default view that the Fed has lost control of the situation and credit market distress is the most important story in the room.
Jim Rogers, the Investment Biker and erstwhile colleague of George Soros, was on the show and gave his usual trenchant views on Ben Bernanke and the Fed’s attempt to reflate by cutting interest rates.
Usually I use this blog to discuss the show and my own thoughts on the stories. This time it's your turn. I have pulled out a selection of the e-mail feedback we had after Jim Rogers was on the program. And we discussed his views with Anthony Fry from Evercore Partners.
I think you might enjoy the sentiments:
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