Bernanke Sees Accommodation for Foreseeable Future

July 10 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke speaks about the central bank's policies and the U.S. economy. Bernanke, speaking at a National Bureau of Economic Research conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts, also comments on the history of the Federal Reserve. (Source: Bloomberg)

Should We Be Concerned About Chinese Growth?
59:29 - Kyle Bass, the hedge fund manager who successfully bet against mortgages during the subprime crisis, said China’s banking system may see losses of more than four times those suffered by U.S. banks during the last crisis. Elga Bartsch, Morgan Stanley’s co-chief global economist, told Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards on “Countdown” she thinks the Chinese economy is strong enough to withstand any losses accumulated in the financial system.
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