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Central Banks to Pump Billions into World Financial System

Central Banks to Pump Billions into World Financial System

NY Times
December 13, 2007

A day after the Federal Reserve disappointed investors with a modest cut in interest rates, central banks in North America and Europe on Wednesday announced the most aggressive infusion of capital into the banking system since the terrorist attacks of September 2001.

Most market specialists and economists welcomed the effort but concluded that it would probably have only limited success in addressing broader problems in the global economy and the credit markets.

In response, stocks initially surged in New York, but most of the early gains dissipated in afternoon trading as the market moved wildly up and down through the day.

The effort to grease the wheels of bank lending suggested that policy makers were increasingly concerned about the risk that economies could fall into recession because of failures in the credit markets, which have seized up again in the last couple of weeks after they overcame a bout of panic in August and September.

Economists and market specialists say policy makers are trying to reassure bankers that they will stand firm as the lenders of last resort. The coordinated action is being led by the Fed, which will lend $40 billion this month. The European Central Bank, the Bank of England, the Swiss National Bank and the Bank of Canada will lend $50.2 billion this month and next.

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