Here's A Great Spanish Phrase To Use Anytime Someone's Making A Lot Of Noise Without Doing Anything

Ben Bernanke

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From Bloomberg TV and Mike Shea from Direct Access Partners, here’s a good phrase to say to your Spanish business colleagues.Shea used it in reference to Bernanke’s big speech on Wednesday.

The phrase (spelled phonetically):

“Mucho tilin tilin y poco paleta.”

It means: “A whole lot of noise, not any substance.”

Unfortunately, it can be applied to many more situations than Bernanke’s speech.

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