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  • Mon, Sep 22 2008
  • 7:28 PM » Bankrupt Lehman Bros. To Pay Staffers $2.5 Billion in Bonuses
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 7:28 PM by www.associatedcontent.com
    Barclays Bank to Acquire Failed Investment Bank; Will Pay Tens of Millions in Salary to Top 30 Staffers
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  • 6:55 PM » Money market funds suffer huge outflows
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 6:55 PM by www.ft.com
    Money market funds in the US suffered an estimated $197bn of net outflows last week as confidence in their safe-haven status weakened after one fund "broke the buck" and others closed
  • 6:55 PM » BofA's big challenge seen keeping Merrill advisers
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 6:55 PM by Washington Post
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Merrill's "thundering herd" may be stampeding into the sunset.
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  • 5:08 PM » The Death of Wall Street
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 5:08 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    The party is officially over. Wall Street as we have come to know it in the mortgage banking industry is now dead and gone — both Morgan Stanley (MS: 27.09 -0.44%) and Goldman Sachs (GS: 120.78 -6.95%), the last two independent investment banks standing, have become commercial bank holding companies. The Federal Reserve first announced the [...]
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  • 4:19 PM » Fed Statement on Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:19 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    Below is the full statement from the Federal Reserve on a historic change to the status of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley: The Federal Reserve Board on Sunday approved, pending a statutory five-day antitrust waiting period, the applications of Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to become bank holding companies. To provide increased liquidity support to these firms [...]
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  • 4:12 PM » Ambac, MBIA: Moody's strikes again
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:12 PM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: Moody's recently announced that it is placing the ratings of Ambac (ABK) and MBIA (MBI) on review for possible downgrade. I was disappointed but hardly surprised, given Moody's history of constantly moving the goalposts. This article provides a brief critique of Moody's action and the rationale behind it, followed by a discussion of the probable and possible extent of the economic damage to MBIA, Ambac, and the municipal bond market. Finally, I update my investment thesis and tactics on my holdings in the two companies. Moody's action – the rationale behind the review lies in Moody's increased estimates of cumulative loss rates on 2006 sup-prime first lien mortgages. These have been raised from 14-18% to 22%. The corresponding stress case estimates are now in excess of 30%. Moody's expects these changed assumptions to have a significant impact on the firms' capital positions and states that multiple notch downgrades are possible.
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 4:04 PM » Dodd Offers Counterpoint to Treasury Proposal
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:04 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    The Democrats’ response to a request from Bush administration officials to speed historic authority for the Treasury to buy up bad financial assets is taking shape, and as expected, the Democratic response is looking to tack on a few key measures. A 44-page draft of a proposal offered by Senate Banking Committee chairman Chris Dodd [...]
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  • 3:33 PM » Crude oil futures jump record $16
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:33 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    This bears watching around mortgage markets as well — crude oil futures soared on Monday. Per MarketWatch: Crude futures leaped more than $16 per barrel Monday to score their biggest daily gain in dollar terms since 1984 — when crude began trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude futures rallied to a high of $130 [...]
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  • 12:52 PM » Number Twelve: West Virginia’s Ameribank Shut Down by FDIC
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 12:52 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    Lost in the shuffle of a historic proposal from the Treasury to bail out the financial markets was yet another small bank failure in West Virginia. Ameribank, Inc. was shut down Friday by the Office of Thrift Supervision and placed into Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. hands; the small bank had total assets of $115 million [...]
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  • 12:19 PM » WaMu Needs a Deal This Week: Source
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 12:19 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    Troubled thrift Washington Mutual (WM: 3.47 -18.35%) needs to ink a deal to sell itself or merge before the end of this week or face a likely government action, a source close to the bank told HW on Monday morning. The troubled thrift has been actively seeking a buyer for well over a week now, [...]
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  • 12:15 PM » Last of Investment Banks to Become Bank Holding Companies
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 12:15 PM by www.thetruthaboutmortgage.com
    It’s the end of an era on Wall Street. Late Sunday, the Federal Reserve Board approved applications to allow Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to convert to bank holding companies. Under supervision by the Federal Reserve, the pair will be afforded a number of benefits, including FDIC deposit insurance and access to the Federal Reserve Bank Discount [...]
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    Source: www.thetruthaboutmortgage.com
  • 11:41 AM » Did Lehman Brothers Steal $8 Billion?
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 11:41 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: My from last week has finally been : Lehman moved more than $8 billion between Lehman's European headquarters in London and New York, where Lehman collects money from its global units and then disperses it daily. On the Friday before Lehman filed for bankruptcy, Lehman's London office was surprised to find that billions of dollars it expected in its accounts weren't there, according to a person familiar with the situation. Lehman's London insolvency administrator PricewaterhouseCoopers is seeking to have it repaid. The issue took on political momentum over the weekend when U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he is working with U.S. authorities to get billions of dollars returned to the London unit... While a large bank with offices around the world would be expected to transfer money among its operations, Lehman's moves appear to go beyond that, people familiar with the matter said.
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 10:54 AM » FDIC Takeover May Be WaMu’s Fate
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:54 AM by www.thetruthaboutmortgage.com
    Despite drawing interest from a number of powerful suitors, struggling thrift Washington Mutual may still up end in the hands of the FDIC, according a report from the WSJ. Throughout the weekend, WaMu held talks with potential buyers, though expected mortgage losses of $19 billion over the next two years and change continue to be a [...]
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    Source: www.thetruthaboutmortgage.com
  • 10:09 AM » Last major investment banks change status
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:09 AM by Washington Post
    WASHINGTON -- It was the end of an era on Wall Street as the Federal Reserve granted permission for the last two major investment banks _ Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley _ to become bank holding companies in order to stay in business.
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    Source: Washington Post
  • 10:08 AM » A Sense of Resentment Amid the 'For Sale' Signs
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:08 AM by Washington Post
    The bailout doesn't smell right to the people of Manassas Park, where the foreclosure signs are as common as azaleas. They know all about bad debt here. This is a terrain of oversize dreams, misjudgment, financial calamity -- and empty houses. "Foreclosure. Foreclosure. Foreclosure," said Ed Merkle, 58, as he pointed to the "for sale" signs lining his street.
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    Source: Washington Post
  • 10:07 AM » MUFG says to buy 10-20 percent stake in Morgan Stanley
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:07 AM by Reuters
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Japan's largest bank, said on Monday it planned to take a stake of up to one-fifth in U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley as part of a strategic alliance.
  • 10:06 AM » AIG's ex-CEO refuses $22 million severance payout: report
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:06 AM by Reuters
    (Reuters) - American International Group Inc's former Chief Executive Robert Willumstad has rejected a $22 million severance payment, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the decision.
  • 10:05 AM » I'm really starting to dislike Hank Paulson
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:05 AM by themessthatgreenspanmade.blogspot.com
    This makes either the third or fourth picture of Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson here today - there must be something terribly wrong in the world to warrant such attention. This week's cover just about sums up the current situation - he runs the Treasury Department and his signature is on the U.S. currency which may as well say, "In Hank we trust", rather than "In God we trust". The two are almost one and the same these days. For more, Yves Smith at is called upon to try to make sense of things: First, let's focus on the aspect that should get the proposal dinged (or renegotiated) regardless of any possible merit, namely, that it gives the Treasury imperial power with respect to a simply huge amount of funds. $700 billion is comparable to the hard cost of the Iraq war, bigger than the annual Pentagon budget. And mind you, $700 billion is not the maximum that the Treasury may spend, it's the ceiling on the outstandings at any one time. It's a balance sheet number, not an expenditure limit. But here is the truly offensive section of an overreaching piece of legislation: Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency. This puts the Treasury's actions beyond the rule of law. This is a financial coup d'etat, with the only limitation the $700 billion balance sheet figure. The measure already gives the Treasury the authority not simply to buy dud mortgage paper but other assets as it deems fit. There is no accountability beyond a report (contents undefined) to Congress three months into the program and semiannually thereafter. The Treasury could via incompetence or venality grossly overpay for assets and advisory services, and fail to exclude consultants with conflicts of interest, and there would be no recourse. Given the truly appalling track record of this Administration in its outsourcing...
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    Source: themessthatgreenspanmade.blogspot.com
  • 10:04 AM » Leveraged loan values drop to record low
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:04 AM by www.ft.com
    The value of leveraged loans fell to record lows, creating further potential mark-to-market losses for both investors and banks
  • 10:04 AM » Here comes $500 oil
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:04 AM by CNN
    Matt Simmons is as perplexed as anyone that it has fallen to him to take on OPEC, Exxon, the Saudis, and all the other misguided defenders of conventional wisdom in the oil patch. Why should one investment banker with a penchant for research be required to point out what he regards as the obvious - that from here on out, oil supplies can't meet demand, and if we don't act soon to solve this crisis, World War III could be looming?
  • 10:04 AM » Manhattan Won't Avoid Property Crunch
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 10:04 AM by WSJ
    Manhattan real estate is often perceived as invincible, but even in Gotham, reality bites eventually. Three big problems are likely to hit in 2009.
  • 9:48 AM » Real Estate Market Slow To Respond To Government Plan
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 9:48 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: This is, which outlines a lot of the issues I believe will be causing the housing "recovery" or "rebound" to be far, far, far off into the future as we've outlined many times. Wall Street seems to like to grasp at simplistic concepts such as "gasoline prices drop 50 cents, buy every retailer on Earth as the consumer is back". As we've outlined there has also been a big move into housing related stocks of all sorts and varieties [] as people are going off old playbooks - i.e. the corporate led recessions of early 90s and early 00s. This is not that type of recession, but you can't argue with armies of quant funds and a waterfall of money insisting it is. Here is the scoop. We are not a nation of savers. We were able to "pull in" the natural pool of natural home buyers way ahead of their time - so many of those 2004-2006 buyers should of been coming online in the next 1-3 years. They're already in (and in some cases already out - burnt badly). 70% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Many have no real savings. Now you are asking them to exist in a world of 10% down, or 20% down. From where? Ah, their old house... no wait.... that's how it works when housing prices are going up. It doesn't work so well when home prices are flat or worse - going down. So they have no "bank savings" (as opposed to equity) Throw on top of that the first consumer led recession since the early 80s and median home prices which are still far out of reach of many when you use traditional income to price ratios [] - and it all ties into no housing recovery anytime soon. Foreclosures are still growing.
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 8:15 AM » Did the SEC Shaft Mortgage REITs?
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 8:15 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: So the SEC is going on a tirade against short selling after public pressure forced them to do something . However, exactly how and why were the 799 financial firms selected for the temporary short selling prohibition chosen? Granted, most of the companies on the list are bank holding companies, which make sense. However, there were a few oddball choices, such as Apollo Investment Corp. (AINV), which is a business development company, and FBR Capital Markets (FBCM). None of the mortgage-focused real estate investment trusts, which play an important role in loan origination for the primary market and which purchase numerous mortgages and MBS in the secondary market, made the list. Aren't these financial firms as well with "frozen" assets on the balance sheet? As Paulson said:
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 5:00 AM » The Insanity of Adjustable Rate Mortgages Endures
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 5:00 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: Freddie Mac’s (FRE) and press release show average mortgage rates and points: 30 Year Fixed: 5.78%, 0.6 points and fees
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 5:00 AM » Can Paulson Add $700B Worth of Value to the Mortgage Market?
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 5:00 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: Treasury Secretary Paulson is asking Congress for another go at unlimited authority - only this time he has acquiesced to a budget of $700B. Paulson claims that the financial system is facing Armageddon if he and his don’t get their way. They need . Let’s look at the dynamic duo’s track record. Instead of calming the markets, their version of moral hazard created such a fright that banks and other financial institutions are virtually shut out of the capital markets. The initial $2 merger stock price Bear Stearns got from JP Morgan (JPM), and the for American International Group (AIG), Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie Mac (FRE) were absolute failures in building confidence. The government got $0 worth of investor confidence for the taxpayer money spent.
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 4:10 AM » Wachovia merger talks on hold
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:10 AM by www.ft.com
    Talks between Wachovia and Morgan Stanley, which began this week after the Morgan Stanley's share price plunged on concerns over its ability to survive the crisis, have now been put on "indefinite hold"
  • 4:05 AM » Lawmakers Battle Over Rescue Plan
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:05 AM by WSJ
    Lawmakers are scrambling to put their mark on the Bush administration's $700 billion plan to save financial markets -- a fast-moving test of wills that could reshape one of the biggest bailouts in U.S. history.
  • 4:05 AM » Nomura grabs Lehman's Asia business
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 4:05 AM by Reuters
    TOKYO/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Japan's Nomura Holdings has reached a deal to buy the Asian operations of Lehman Brothers, a source said on Friday, outbidding other banks seeking to scoop up Lehman's Asia group on the cheap.
  • 3:58 AM » Fed Flow of Funds Report Reveals Another 'Wealth Contraction'
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:58 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: It looks like we're undergoing another one of those painful "wealth contractions" - similar to what we saw in 2001 when the last asset bubble burst. A short time ago, the Federal Reserve released their quarterly and the news isn't good. The value of real estate and equities owned by households has now shrunk for three consecutive quarters while traditional savings have increased modestly. When it comes to households and their real estate assets and liabilities, the news is even worse. The home value seems to be going away much faster than the associated debt which, as of the second quarter, was still going up. It's funny that, here in 2008, you don't hear any economists talking about how we don't need to pay attention to the pathetically low savings rate of recent years since asset prices continue to go up and we're all getting wealthier.
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 3:58 AM » Nothing Brave About This New World
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:58 AM by Seeking Alpha
    submits: I can't bring myself to join the gleeful investing masses. Watching shorting become illegal around the world and tax billions pledged, I feel an acute sense of unease. Secretary Paulson has attempted to declare himself the most equal of pigs in our Animal House economy. The Treasury seeks more than $700 billion for itself under the sole auspices of the Secretary whose management helped bring us right over the brink. I say more because unlike so many commentators, I read the proposal. It only limits Treasury to $700 billion in balances at any one time (Section 6).
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    Source: Seeking Alpha
  • 3:53 AM » Radical Shift for Goldman and Morgan
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:53 AM by www.nytimes.com
    Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, Wall Street’s last independent investment banks, will transform themselves into bank holding companies subject to greater regulation.
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    Source: www.nytimes.com
  • 3:53 AM » Democrats Set Bailout Conditions as Treasury Chief Rallies Support
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:53 AM by www.nytimes.com
    A week of intense negotiation is expected as Congressional Democrats said they wanted greater oversight of the Treasury, among other measures.
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    Source: www.nytimes.com
  • 3:27 AM » More On Banking Subprime Fallout [Housing Tracker]
    Published Mon, Sep 22 2008 3:27 AM by Seeking Alpha
    Seeking Alpha's Housing Tracker is a collection of housing-related excerpts from various sources, grouped by topic. Feel free to post any interesting links on the subject in the comments section below. Quotes of the Day Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-style-parent:""; font-size:10.0pt;"Times New Roman";}
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  • Sun, Sep 21 2008
  • 11:14 PM » Real estate market slow to respond to gov't plan
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 11:14 PM by Washington Post
    KANSAS CITY, Kansas -- By late Saturday afternoon, only three prospective homebuyers had visited the open house Valerie Morrill was hosting. The Prudential real estate agent recalled a year ago, she'd see 10 to 15 people during an open house in this midtown Kansas City neighborhood.
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    Source: Washington Post
  • 10:42 PM » test
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 10:42 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
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  • 10:27 PM » Global Home Prices Update [Housing Tracker]
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 10:27 PM by Seeking Alpha
    Seeking Alpha's Housing Tracker is a collection of housing-related excerpts from various sources, grouped by topic. Feel free to post any interesting links on the subject in the comments section below. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-style-parent:""; font-size:10.0pt;"Times New Roman";}
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  • 9:13 PM » Lies From Paulson Keep Stacking Up: What You Can Do About It
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 9:13 PM by feeds.feedburner.com
    Somehow Paulson has gone from "Our banking system is a safe and a sound one" (See ) to Paulson telling Congress “That we’re literally maybe days away from a complete meltdown of our financial system, with all the implications here at home and globally.” Inquiring minds may wish to consider a recap of things that have happened since Paulson made his "Our banking system is a safe and a sound one" speech. Paulson anounced "", arguably one of the most amazing financial lies in history. putting taxpayers at risk to the tune of $200 Billion or more. Equity and preferred shareholders were wipe out while the treasury (taxpayer), guaranteed the agency bonds. Lehman went bankrupt after a long weekend poker party. See . . The treasury took an 80% stake in AIG in return for $85 billion. Taxpayers are at risk of that $85 billion. Merrill Lynch (MER) merged with Bank of America (BAC) as noted in . in a systemic distrust of banks and money market funds. The with non-recourse funding of asset backed commercial paper. The . In the biggest financial which hunt in history the SEC banned short selling of financials. See and . Of course . The implications are twofold. 1) Paulson and Bernanke are liars 2) Paulson and Bernanke are incompetent There are no other choices except "both of the above" Shouldn't Paulson and Bernanke have the obligation to explain how that happened, and most important what the Fed's role and Congress's roll in that was? Yet somehow Congress is supposed to rush through a package that is arguably unconstitutional, because two known liars and/or incompetents say there is an urgent need to do so. Sadly, Congress is more concerned about getting something done quickly than getting something done right. In the corporate world one would expect to see overtime hours. Here we are in a global financial emergency and Congress is concerned about getting something done before recess. Everyone Wants A Bailout Mortgage lenders,...
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  • 9:13 PM » Lesser of Evils
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 9:13 PM by www.portfolio.com
    Wall Street is experiencing what it must feel like to file for personal bankruptcy: it's painful, it's a little humiliating, but, damn, it will feel good not to have that debt hanging over me anymore. I can move on with my life and promise to be smarter with my finances. On the brink of collapse, the troubled U.S. financial system could be about to wipe the slate clean with an unprecedented proposal from the Treasury Department. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson presented to Congress over the weekend, which essentially amount to this: give me $700 billion, and I'll take care of the toxic waste that's corrupting so many bank balance sheets. While Wall Street cheered the news late last week, few in Washington or on Wall Street are celebrating the development. It's risky, it's expensive, and it's not going to be easy. But it's hard to argue that the alternative—letting the U.S. and global economies continue to spiral downward for some unknown period of time—was the better choice. Taxpayers have every right to be irked. The request calls for raising the national debt ceiling from $10.6 trillion to $11.3 trillion. Largely unregulated, Wall Street raked in the money when credit was easy, creating the markets and the mess that remained after the housing market collapsed. And now the government is bailing them out at the expense of the American public. The banks get to move forward, while the cash-strapped working class gets saddled with the long-term expenses from bailing them out. The crisis has so far claimed the lives of two investment banks and forced another into the arms of a giant commercial bank. But it's far from certain that Wall Street will emerge from this chapter with any new-found self-reform. When the next new risky, creative type of financing is developed, bankers will most certainly eat it up with reckless abandon as always. And why not? If it fails, Paulson's plan seems to suggest, Uncle Sam will help us out. But Paulson's...
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    Source: www.portfolio.com
  • 9:13 PM » Credit markets calm for now, but remain jittery
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 9:13 PM by Washington Post
    NEW YORK -- U.S. stock futures were falling Sunday night, a sign that investors are still nervous about the government's $700 billion rescue plan to resuscitate frozen credit markets.
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    Source: Washington Post
  • 9:08 PM » Mad as hell - taxpayers lash out
    Published Sun, Sep 21 2008 9:08 PM by CNN
    "NO NO NO. Not just no, but HELL NO," writes Richard, a reader from Anchorage, Alaska.
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