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Credit plan produces a positive

Key interbank lending rate drops to lowest level in seven months

Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and FDIC chairwoman Sheila Bair listen as Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson discusses the plan to buy equity in banks. Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and FDIC chairwoman Sheila Bair listen as Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson discusses the plan to buy equity in banks. (Hyungwon Kang/Reuters)
By Casey Ross and Ross Kerber
Globe Staff / October 15, 2008

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Credit markets showed signs of loosening yesterday after the Bush administration unveiled its latest dramatic plan to break the financial crisis and pry open lending, including an unprecedented partial nationalization of the US banking system. (Full article: 1069 words)

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