The differences between Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren: David Sirota – According to a 2009 study by the Federal Reserve Bank. in the foreclosure crisis, as the new law forced homeowners to pay off credit card debts before paying their mortgage. "As first lady, Mrs..
Warren and Sanders Understand the Power of ‘The Bad Guy’ – Its face wasn’t that of a wealthy. fox news-concocted bad Guy, Warren and Sanders can offer voters a real one: the rich, cynical prescription drug pusher; the bank executive who foreclosed on your.
We Are SO Screwed | Motley Moose – Archive – We Are SO Screwed. October 19, 2010rems rmbs Today Bank of America stock rallied. The Fed is talking about ‘quantative easing.’ We are alarming our friends and allies by crimping the US dollar worldwide in an effort to improve exports and ‘pump prime’ our flagging economy.
Banks Face Foreclosure Regulation by States – WSJ – States across the country are proposing a range of new rules that would make it more difficult for banks to foreclose on troubled homeowners.
gauiu: tháng t 2009 – gauiuui.blogspot.com – American policy makers are fighting a two-front war. On the eastern front, they are battling a shortage of demand, as traumatized households and businesses pull in their horns.. The Fed has made huge loans to banks and flooded them with cash.. will be some version of the good bank-bad bank idea I mentioned here last month. Unfortunately.
Mpls forum tackles cyber-bullying | MPR News – Previous 1,810-pound Wis. pumpkin named world’s heaviest 8 years ago Next Banks face two-front war on bad mortgages, flawed foreclosures 8 years ago About the author Dan Olson
Keiser Report meets Schiff Report 2.0 | Max Keiser – Schiff needs to go head to head with Hudson. I pay good money to see that. Schiff deliberately avoids the advantage that compound interest gives savers over workers – his Austrian ideas cannot be effective in a debt money system yet he gives austerity advice to the populace without first stating that the system must change first.
Sen. Obama Speaks In Golden, Col. on the Economy – Millions of families face foreclosure, and millions more have seen their home. Confident of their clout in Washington, they made hundreds of billions in bad loans, knowing that if they lost money,
80% Of Citigroup Mortgages Were Defective – The Daily Bail – Buried at the bottom of a Bloomberg story this morning, I found this: Richard M. Bowen, former chief underwriter for Citigroup’s (nyse:C) consumer-lending group, said he warned his superiors of concerns that some types of loans in securities didn’t conform with representations and warranties in.