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August 22, 2011

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Kevin B. Dull

Professor Conerly: did you read Kudlow's perspective regarding M2? No mention of loan activity - like your analysis - but more focused on Euro's depositing M2 in FDIC insured accounts.

Are you both correct?

see link below:
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/274988/deflationary-m2-explosion-larry-kudlow

Binary Options Trader

Sorry to burst your bubble, but the M2 growth appears to be a run on European banks. I can't speak for the industrial/business loan data but it appears consumer loan data fell off slightly at end of Q2 (most recent data I saw).

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