Combined Value of Leading Credit Sources

Thursday, November 29, 2007 | 02:30 PM

Today's chart-porn is this depiction of the tightening credit cycle from a front page NYT article.  The chart itself was too salacious for the front page, and had to be buried deeper into the paper . . .



chart courtesy of NYT


As Lenders Tighten Flow of Credit, Growth at Risk
NYT, November 29, 2007

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Most of the decline is in ABCP, so the main fallout is to speculators and financial institutions keeping assets off the balance sheet.

Aside from some high yield credits, most large non-financial corporations can get financing today. The NF corporate sector is a lot healthier than most other areas of the economy.

Posted by: David Merkel | Nov 29, 2007 2:41:45 PM

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