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Why The Fed Allowed Derivatives Trading on a Sunday

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George Washington’s Blog
Monday, Sept 15, 2008

In an unprecedented move, the Fed and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association allowed derivatives trading today, on a Sunday, to “reduce risk associated with a potential Lehman . . . bankruptcy.”

Lehman holds $ 800 billion in derivatives.

As the very even-keeled and level-headed chief executive of Pimco, the world’s biggest bond fund, said:

“This is an extremely, and I stress extremely, rare event. It also speaks to the more general notion that, in today’s highly disrupted financial markets, the unthinkable is thinkable.”
What is the “unthinkable” he’s referring to?

Another great depression. Perhaps even a world-wide depression.

To see why derivatives are the key to the financial crisis in the U.S. and the world, and why the Fed allowed derivatives trading today, read this.


This article was posted: Monday, September 15, 2008 at 3:10 am





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