World Governments flooding the markets with cash
As we see all over today's news, governments across the world are cutting interest rates and infusing cash into their financial systems.
There is only one problem...people aren't looking for cash. There is no credit market left.
Hey, anyone out there feel like borrowing some cash right now?
NOpe. So at least the financial markets will have enough liquidity to keep corp paychecks flowing. so I'll get my next paycheck anyway.
What governments are not going to be able to do is to get people to spend money. If they give a tax rebate next year, it definately won't go toward "consumerism". People might use it to pay off their winter fuel bills though.:rolleyes:
Anyone think it will "trickle-down" to us?
|All times are GMT -5. The time now is 10:00 AM.|
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7 © Copyright 2000-2012. PatsFans.com Is a Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties. This site is owned and operated by I&K Internet Design Enterprises, LLC
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.6.1
The opinions posted in this forum do not necessarily reflect the opinions of our staff at PatsFans.com or USA Today.
We are not affiliated with the New England Patriots™ or the NFL™. The Photo Used In the header was taken by Ian Logue.
© Copyright 2000-2012. PatsFans.com Is a Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties.
This site is owned and operated by I&K Internet Design Enterprises, LLC