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      03-13-2008, 01:47 AM   #67
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I'm curious as to what will happen by late 2008. We've already endured 2 consecutive quarters of negative GDP, the primary indicator of a recession. Liquidity stinks right now despite monetary policy efforts. It's just a matter of time before short term financing, such as Auto Loans, follows the current trend that currently plagues long term financing. Basically, the spread, rather the cost & risk associated with providing auto loans will exceed the banks cost to provide the financing....then bye bye auto loans. Now that will be a crazy predicament for BMW. Only answer would be for the Fed to devalue assets or consumer goods, to not push inflation up and up. Could you imagine?

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