Thursday, September 25, 2008
These two video clips appeared next to each other earlier today at Bloomberg though, for some reason, they were separated a short time ago.
Marc Faber seems to think that the U.S. dollar will get stronger due to forceful action soon to be taken by the U.S. government and fears of a contraction in global liquidity (there's more from Dr. Faber in this CNBC interview). Barclay's David Woo, however, thinks that the bailout will be bad news for the greenback.
The two clips can be found here and here, but they are in high demand at the moment, so good luck in getting them to play without having to repeatedly rebuffer. Also up at the moment is this interview with Jim Rogers where he calls the plan by Hank Paulson "Welfare for the Rich".
It is un-playable right now due to an apparently overwhelming demand for counterpoints to the views of elected officials in the U.S. and the talking heads on CNBC.