Libor drops, but private lending remains paralyzed

11/13/2008 | Financial Times (free content)

The Federal Reserve and other central banks managed to drive down interest rates on short-term lending, but that is not bringing private money back into commercial-paper and money-market lending. Instead, private financial institutions are struggling to bolster their balance sheets and reduce leverage, effectively turning central banks into "lenders of sole resort."

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