Markets rattled by signs of renewed credit crisis - International Herald Tribune

"In response, the U.S. Federal Reserve Board unveiled new measures to ease liquidity strains Friday, injecting $200 billion into the banking system, and said it was in close consultation with central bank counterparts.

However, the Fed failed to lift the mood much. Investors, who want to see if any further plan is in the works to prevent a financial market seizure, will probably scrutinize words from major central bankers including Fed officials this week."