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Soggy powder

14 August 2007 By Martin Hutchinson

A rise in overnight rates of less than 1% brought over $150bn in support. That calmed the markets, but at what cost? Stock markets are still high and the economy is strong. If times get tough, the authorities may regret this preemptive liquidity strike.

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