Ninja loans and money heaven

Anderer, Charles
September 2007
International Gaming & Wagering;Sep2007, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p38
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the August 10, 2007 episode of the television program "Freaky Friday" which featured an unprecedented investment of cash from the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) into the stock market. He notes that guest casino operator Gary Loveman told reporters that the casino industry is investing at unprecedented levels and is not slowing down at all despite the problems it faces. He also cites the comments made by business tycoon Donald Trump that if the Fed does not lower interest rates, the real estate sector will suffer.


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