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"This is a long-term unwinding of capital flows which will take two or three years to complete."
"Ailing emerging markets are caught between a rock and a hard place - Washington and Beijing to be more precise."
Emerging markets have much more to fear from China than from the U.S. taper, according to Dolan. Quoting Crossborder Capital Managing Director Mike Howell, referring to a possible hard landing for China's rebalancing:
"Emerging markets should be much more concerned about the 'China taper' than the Fed taper."
Chairman Bernanke has been widely lauded for his "courage". Firemen entering burning buildings in search of trapped victims are brave. Our troops are courageous. I would see Bernanke and contemporary central bankers much more in terms of "daring." And it was the Bernanke doctrine of inflationism that basically provided open checkbooks to central bankers (and governments) around the globe. It's becoming a lot less thrilling now that the bills are starting to come due.
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