When the China and EU bubbles pop

Discussion in 'Economy' started by william the wie, Nov 26, 2010.

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Will the good news be recognized as such?

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  2. No but stupid moves will be avoided

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  3. No but mistakes will cancel out

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  4. No, the Fed will screw us

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    The German constitutional court is expected to pop the Euro debt bubble in February. The Australian real estate bubble which is a proxy for the Chinese real estate bubble is in a downturn currently and will pop if the world economy does not perk up very soon.

    So the real question is how the Fed will react to this good news or even if the current board of governors will recognize declining commodity prices as good news? I've read commentators who are all over the map on this subject and I figured a quick poll would help me figure out a likely outcome.
     

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