Buying power?


Liquidity has been the focus of regulatory attention on both sides of the Atlantic over the past nine months. The Federal Reserve, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank have all sought on several occasions to reinvigorate interbank lending by injecting liquidity into the money markets, with varying levels of success.

Not surprisingly, the US mortgage market - the sector that spawned the credit funk now crippling the financial industry - has been particularly hard hit. Would-be

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