Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Where's The Credit Crisis?

Annual Growth of Total Bank Credit Through March 19, 2008:
Annual Growth of Total Loans and Leases through March 19, 2008
Annual Growth of Commercial Loans Through March 19, 2008

Source: Federal Reserve via the St. Louis Fed.


At 4/02/2008 2:47 PM, Blogger bobble said...

hmmm, looks good until you consider the half trillion dollar collapse of the commercial paper market

p.s. will someone please tell me how to make these links clickable?

At 4/02/2008 7:55 PM, Blogger bobble said...

At 4/03/2008 8:01 AM, Blogger OBloodyHell said...

You figured it out, then... "sorta"

The solution, for those of you newbies who don't know (this works in most comment places which accept the broket-i-broket italic tab, and its similar "bold" markers):

The "a" tag takes the form:
broket-a-space-HREF="(your link here)"-broket TEXT ASSOCIATED WITH LINK broket-slash-a-broket

A apecific example for people who don't deal with abstracts too well:

This links to broket-a HREF=""-broket IMDB broket-slash-a-broket
This links to < a href="" > IMDB< / a >
(but without the spaces I've inserted before and after the brokets to make the comment engine take them literally)

which becomes

This links to IMDB

when actual brokets are used.

Note that you need a space between the "a" and the "HREF-", and the link URL must be in double quotes ".

P.S., in case it isn't clear somehow, "broket" is the two chars over the comma and period, used like parethesis. "Broket" as in "broken bracket", as opposed to "braces" {}, and "brackets" []. "Angle brackets" (and "Curly Brackets") are also sometimes used.

Another term sometimes used is "caret", although that usually refers to the "up" one -- ^ (over the "6"). Technically, brokets are also carets.

Now you are all HTML wizards.


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