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Preview: Too Big to Jail? | Moyers & Company | BillMoyers …
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While large banks have been penalized for their role in the housing meltdown, the costs of those fines will be largely borne by shareholders and taxpayers as the banks write off the fines as the cost of doing business. And by …

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China's housing problem | Data Dive – Analysis & Opinion
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The Chinese housing has been in rough shape for more than a year. Quartz's Gwynn Guilford charts the latest set of bad numbers. It's not an out of control crash just yet – prices are still rising on a yearly basis – but the boom …

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Pop! Goes the Bubble | Calvin & Bloggie
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the programmer asked. Bursting bubble. “Yes! It's crazy!” “They must be making crazy salaries,” the programmer said. “No, they live four to a condo, that's how it's done,” the talker said. “Do you think the housing bubble will last …

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The Coming Meltdown in College Education & Why … – Shilpa
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Remember the housing meltdown ? Tough to forget isn't it. The formula for the housing boom and bust was simple. A lot of easy money being lent to buyers who couldn't afford the money they were borrowing. That money was …

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'No risk of housing bubble' | Property | Life & Style | Daily …
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THE TREASURY last night countered claims it was fuelling a house price bubble with its new Help to Buy scheme, which is launched on Tuesday.

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Media to Continue to Ignore Fannie & Freddie's Role in Financial Crisis
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The GSEs fueled the housing boom and bust that led to the financial crisis we have been living through the past five years, and are on track to fuel another financial crisis. But readers wouldn't know that from Bloomberg BusinessWeek or other …

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What would the end of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac mean for mortgage business?
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Henger said many bankers have argued that heavy political pressure to expand home ownership to all Americans in the 1990s and 2000s contributed greatly to the housing crisis and mortgage meltdown. “The argument is simple,” he said. “The political …

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The Guardian Needs a New Finance & Economics … – Seattle Bubble
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That was a time in which a housing crash was already well underway, and only a month before before Bear Stearns collapsed and confirmed that the country was in a financial crisis. At least six months before that, in August …

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