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May 8, 2015 | via Salt Lake Tribune
In a spectacular failure, a Florida company is foreclosing on Utah-based MonaVie Inc. after the marketer of nutritional fruit juice and personal care products defaulted on a $182 million note. But a South Dakota Bank has gone to court to seek a halt to the foreclosure while it sorts out what happened to the once high-flying company. Comment?
28 min ago | via Housing Wire
The Federal Open Market Committee is to blame for the rising risk in bank loan portfolios, according to a new industry report. The FOMC is responsible for setting the Zero Interest Rate Policy; in place for years now. Comment?
29 min ago | via CottageCountryNow.ca
A new report on real estate trends says foreign investors may start looking beyond Toronto and Vancouver and begin targeting markets in Montreal and Saskatoon in the coming year. The report by PwC Canada and the Urban Land Institute says both foreign and domestic real estate investment will shift in 2016 from Western Canada, where falling oil prices are hurting growth, to the east, where the low loonie is boosting manufacturing. Comment?
30 min ago | via The Daily Caller
In a recent interview with USA Today, former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke stated that he thinks the DOJ should have prosecuted individuals, and not just financial firms, for misdeeds connected to the global financial crisis. Bernanke is right - the Obama/Holder DOJ failed to target individuals and therefore probably failed to deter future financial fraud, because the real wrongdoers have been sent a message that they can get away with it. Comment?
30 min ago | via St. Petersburg Times
Set in 2010 at real estate's nadir, 99 Homes i s both a tutorial in fraud and a suffocating thriller. Director and co-writer Ramin Bahrani researched his film in Florida and set it in Orlando, a sunny symbol of paradise stolen. Comment?
31 min ago | via St. Petersburg Times
Bahrani, whom the late Roger Ebert deemed "the new great American director" after seeing his indies Man Push Cart and Chop Shop, believed Florida's foreclosure crisis held a story worth telling. Bahrani, 40, crossed Florida talking to families in foreclosure, attorneys on both sides and reporters, including those at the Tampa Bay Times. Comment?
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