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  1. Determinants of fluctuations in the financial systemRead the original story

    Saturday | VoxEU

    The events of recent years have made it all too clear that we need to better understand the links between the financial sector and the real economy. This column explores financial sector shocks and real economy shocks and presents new evidence suggesting that financial shocks are a significant source of macroeconomic fluctuations.

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  2. Blame Excellent Financial Conditions For Fannie And Freddie ConservatorshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Seeking Alpha

    ... 2008, commonly referred to as HERA , enacted in July 30, 2008 was designed primarily to address the subprime mortgage crisis. 12 U.S. Code 4617 (A)(3) entitled "Grounds for discretionary appointment of conservator or receiver" is the focal point of ...

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  3. Greek crisis might increase borrowing costs for India IncRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | DNA India

    Following the withdrawal of Greece from the negotiations on Friday, the stock markets globally opened week on Monday with the Euro sliding 2% as a result. It seems India Inc might not be completely shielded from the Greece turmoil after all with borrowing costs may witnessing a spike.

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  4. On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still LousyRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | American Reporter

    ... of working people. Unfortunately, she also had advisors who broadcast the theme that the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis and global fallout did not really impact Panama. Her political cronies supposedly made the nation immune to worldwide recession. ...

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  5. ARRAY(0x1021c434)Read the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | People's Daily Online

    ... but its voting rights are marginalized. Since the world financial crisis, triggered by the US subprime mortgage crisis and the EU's debt problem, China's relative importance in the world economy has risen rapidly. By 2010, it surpassed Japan to ...

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  6. AIIB shows center of world economic gravity moving eastRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | China Daily

    ... but its voting rights are marginalized. Since the world financial crisis, triggered by the US subprime mortgage crisis and the EU's debt problem, China's relative importance in the world economy has risen rapidly. By 2010, it surpassed Japan to ...

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  7. CFPB: Mortgage Servicers Still Rooking ConsumersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | E-Commerce Times

    ... the system that best fits your needs. Get started now! Mortgage servicers got a bad name during the subprime mortgage crisis, but despite that reputation damage, and despite new laws designed to get them on the straight and narrow, they're still up ...

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  8. China cuts rates to ease volatilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | Iol.co.za

    A worker looks on as a rectifying tower is lifted at a propane plant in Fuzhou, Fujiang province, China, on Friday. China's growth is undershooting the government's 2015 target of about 7 percent so far this year.

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  9. PBOC's Zhou Channels Greenspan Put With EasingRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. After the biggest two-week plunge in China's stock market since December 1996, People's Bank of China Governor Zhou Xiaochuan cut interest rates to a record low.

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  10. On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still LousyRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | American Reporter

    ... of working people. Unfortunately, she also had advisors who broadcast the theme that the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis and global fallout did not really impact Panama. Her political cronies supposedly made the nation immune to worldwide recession. ...

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  11. ConstanceCELEBRATING IKERead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | American Reporter

    Those who thought that last week's government bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would stabilize the financial markets got a wakeup call this week. Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, succumbed to the subprime mortgage crisis it helped create with the biggest bankruptcy filing in history.

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  12. Housing industry braces for new mortgage disclosure rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Long Island Business News

    Sweeping changes to federal mortgage disclosure requirements due to take effect August 1 have been pushed back two months, but area mortgage lenders, real estate brokers and real estate attorneys are scrambling to get up to speed on the new rules they say will reshape the way houses are sold and may eventually raise closing fees. Dubbed "Know Before You Owe," the new disclosure regulations pitched by the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are aimed at preventing bait-and-switch lending practices that were prevalent during the subprime mortgage crisis nearly a decade ago.

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  13. Drummond: Investor purchases of foreclosures intensify housing crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Campbell Reporter

    ... the new hot investor vehicle a descendant of the mortgage-backed securities that precipitated the subprime mortgage crisis and led to the country's financial meltdown. Some lawmakers in California and in the Congress have expressed concern that the ...

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  14. First Circuit To Seek SJC Help On Bankruptcy Trustee 'Loophole' To Avoid MortgagesRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | Banker & Tradesman

    In connection with the subprime mortgage crisis, it was inescapable that borrowers would mount a litany of legal challenges to not only halt the foreclosures of their homes, but to also attack the validity of the underlying mortgages. If all else failed, borrowers could file for bankruptcy protection, which will automatically "stay" the foreclosure sale, and avail themselves of the bankruptcy court's debtor-friendly protections.

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  15. Here's what the next recession could look likeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Since World War II, the average expansion period for US gross domestic product has lasted less than five years - and the current expansion is now in its sixth year. Does that mean we're due for another recession? The GDP slowdown in Q1 of this year had some economists fearing that a recession was near.

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  16. 'Fatally flawed' Bank of England stress tests peddle myth of financial security - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Russia Taday

    ... as a way of gauging banks' robustness. Following the global economic turmoil that followed the US subprime mortgage crisis, the methodology for conducting these tests was revised. At present, it is deemed favorable to test financial organizations in ...

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  17. This is how we fix global bankingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Mail & Guardian

    Banks have paid $150-billion collectively in fines, but critical reforms must continue, says Bank of England governor Mark Carney. The City has a special responsibility given London's pre-eminent position in global markets, says Mark Carney.

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  18. On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still LousyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | American Reporter

    ... of working people. Unfortunately, she also had advisors who broadcast the theme that the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis and global fallout did not really impact Panama. Her political cronies supposedly made the nation immune to worldwide recession. ...

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  19. Roy L. Reardon and William T. Russell Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Law.com

    In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Roy L. Reardon and William T. Russell Jr. discuss cases in which the court overturned the dismissal of a $120 million lawsuit against Goldman Sachs arising out of the subprime mortgage crisis, determined when a prior action terminates for purposes of the tolling provisions of CPLR 205 , and found the statute of limitations inapplicable to an action to cancel an interest in real property based on an allegedly forged deed.

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  20. On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still LousyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 16 | American Reporter

    ... of working people. Unfortunately, she also had advisors who broadcast the theme that the U.S. subprime mortgage crisis and global fallout did not really impact Panama. Her political cronies supposedly made the nation immune to worldwide recession. ...

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