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Where is next round of bailouts coming from?

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According to;_ylt=AnG1WA1LyXb... The Governing Council of the European Central Bank has decided, in coordination with the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan (NYSE: MCO - news) and the Swiss National Bank, to conduct three US dollar liquidity-providing operations with a maturity of approximately three months covering the end of the year BUT what happens after that?;_ylt=AoI4qI.t... says: We have a painful combination of a lousy economy, collapsing financial stocks, a deepening European debt crisis and, no new credible bail out programs on the horizon. When you put the pieces together, it is very easy to see why the stock market may well re-test its 2009 lows before the year is out.
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Some say there is no real solution, others that there is no real problem. mmmm? I wonder what the market would say, if it were allowed to speak ... ... its intervention all the way it seems, and Geithner will show the Eurokes how to leverage it to make it (your own word goes here). Did someone say intervention presents Moral hazard? what does unethical mean? Must be an echo from the middle of the last century. The world has moved on to bigger and (your word goes here) things.
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