12 Questions About the Economy
The following are my answers to a number of questions posed in a “Market Views” forum a few weeks ago. While we have had fresh data recently, the answers to the questions have not changed.
1. The Duke-CFO Survey was just released. What stood out? What about the excess cash that corporations are holding? What is the employment outlook over the next year?
2. Why is so much attention focused on housing?
3. Can you comment on the proposed Basel III capital reserve criteria? What is the optimal level of reserves?
4. What is your opinion on the one-year write down of capital expenditures being proposed by the administration?
5. Do Keynesian stimuli work?
6. Does the Fed have more tools to stimulate the economy and should they use them?
7. Can you comment on the Bank of Japan intervention to weaken the Yen and its implications?
8. When will people regain faith in the stock market?
9. How should investors utilize the VIX to measure risk and opportunities in the market?
10. What are your thoughts about restructuring residential mortgages?
11. Comments on the state of the commercial real estate market.
12. How worried should we be about the U.S. sovereign debt level?
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