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The Crisis Response Worked Wonderfully

(April 18, 2012 07:47 AM, by Arnold Kling) So says the Treasury. Below is the chart that proclaims that lending markets were unclogged. Pointer from the indispensable Mark Thoma. A few curmudgeonly remarks: 1. The indicator is the percentage of banks reporting easing or tightening of lending standards.... (0 COMMENTS)
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