Monday, May 16, 2005

Well, it's no wonder…

From CBS Marketwatch: "Foreign demand for U.S. securities slowed sharply in March, the Treasury Department said Monday. Net capital inflows fell to $45.7 billion in March from $84.1 billion in February as foreign central banks became net sellers of U.S. assets for the first time in nearly two years.
…after all, how much would you spend on a stack of paper in a filing cabinet?

Hat tip to Hale Stewart at Bop News.

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