Category Archives: Reporting on repo

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London’s Financial Times is key to understanding repo and U.S. default

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Early next year, when Congress once again threatens to default on U.S. debt, you will need to have a subscription to the Financial Times to get timely information about conditions in the repo market, which is where the danger lies. … Continue reading

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Covering the Repo Market and Shadow Banking

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From the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University: Mary Fricker, founder of RepoWatch.org, said the repurchase market is a key reason for the ferocity of the financial crisis. She shares her tips and resources … Continue reading

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How journalists can learn from the 2008 financial crisis

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This post is a transcript of  an 11-minute talk RepoWatch editor Mary Fricker gave to college journalism professors, students and others at the 11th Annual Convergence and Society Conference, Advancing Business Journalism and Convergence, at the University of South Carolina School … Continue reading

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An overview of shadow banking for journalists

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This post is a transcript of  a 12-minute talk RepoWatch editor Mary Fricker gave at the annual conference of Investigative Reporters & Editors in Boston June 15, 2012. Click here for accompanying handout and slides. Shadow banking was the epicenter of the financial … Continue reading