US policymakers see few signs of liquidity stress from Europe spreading across the Atlantic so far but they still fear a range of subtle and indirect channels by which the eurozone could drag the world’s largest economy down with it. Those fears help to explain the Federal Reserve’s part in co-ordinated international action on Wednesday to make sure that banks have access to short-term loans in a range of currencies if they need them.
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