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Tom Chechatka

Oddly, too, while the dollar since July was rising, the stock market was cratering (both consequences of a capital-starved, dollar-denominated credit system).

So, what now? Well, maybe Paulson and Kashkari aren't lying. Maybe the financial system has been stabilized, if only momentarily. Maybe the rush into Treasuries is but an indication the spigot was opened just a wee bit too much. Maybe a return to some semblance of the status quo is imminent, and in the wings awaits the return of animal spirits...

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