Discount Window Borrowing

Wednesday, March 26, 2008 | 06:59 AM

Terrific chart via Bill King shows the extent of the borrowing by financial institutions at the Fed Discount Window.

Note the 4 spikes: Continental Illinois bailout (1960s), S&L Crisis  (1980s), 9/11 (2001), Credit Crisis (today)
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Chart courtesy of Bloomberg, Bill King

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I'd call that provocative!




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"I'd call that provocative!"

I'd call that BLOODY MOTHER F---ING INSANE...!

Best Regards,

Econolicious

Posted by: ECONOMISTA NON GRATA | Mar 26, 2008 7:29:00 AM

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