Tag: Subprime Mortgage Crisis

A Bank Crisis Whodunit, With Laughs and Tears

Posted 01.31.2011 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

TRULY startling revelations were few in the voluminous report, published last Thursday by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission on the origins of the financial panic.

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So That’s Where the Money Went

Posted 12.06.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

HOW the truth shines through when you shed a little light on a subject.

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Healthcare: Mounting Debts by States Stoke Fears of Crisis

Posted 12.06.2010 | Categories: Medical Office/Healthcare | No Comments

The State of Illinois is still paying off billions in bills that it got from schools and social service providers last year.

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This Bailout Is a Bargain? Think Again

This Bailout Is a Bargain? Think Again

Posted 04.22.2010 | Categories: Featured | No Comments

IT’S way too early to tally the costs of the government’s various efforts to help our nation’s financial institutions survive the credit debacle. But that hasn’t stopped anonymous Treasury officials from claiming in recent days that their Armageddon-avoidance will wind up costing far less than many feared.

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Pools That Need Some Sun

Pools That Need Some Sun

Posted 03.22.2010 | Categories: Uncategorized | No Comments

LAST week, the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco sued a throng of Wall Street companies that sold the agency $5.4 billion in residential mortgage-backed securities during the height of the mortgage melee. The suit, filed March 15 in state court in California, seeks the return of the $5.4 billion as well as broader financial damages.

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