Sunday, November 22, 2009

WWII Slogan Makes a Comeback

by Calculated Risk on 11/22/2009 10:36:00 PM

Earlier posts ...
Summary and a Look Ahead (A busy week for housing data!)

Fed's Bullard Backs Extension of MBS Purchases

Possible Changes to FHA Insured Mortgages

Keep Calm and Carry On
From the NY Times: Calming Sign of Troubled Past Appears in Modern Offices

To propel themselves through this economic downturn, media and advertising executives are turning to a phrase meant to soothe another troubled populace: the British during World War II.

“Keep calm and carry on,” a British government propaganda poster created in 1939, is now decorating offices.
Image from Wikipedia.

Hey ... Keep Calm and Carry On!