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At least two fund managers complained verbally to officials of the Loan Syndications and Trading Association, saying they believe Goldman helped drive down prices by using the technique, according to people with knowledge of the objections. New york- based goldman is acting against its clients.
I hope that President Obama will bring in some new generals on the financial front. I don’t think any individuals who had their hands in creating this mess should be in charge of cleaning it up. I.
Among other things, McCain senior adviser Steve Schmidt said McCain would begin unilaterally pulling down his campaign ads and cease fundraising. "It has become clear that no consensus has developed.
The BIG FELLA is back as I knew he would be! NOTE: I think it’s important that we don’t lose track of the size of these figures being thrown around as they are so casually now! So, consequently, I’m.
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Subprime lending refers to the extension of credit to higher risk borrowers or to those with non-existent credit histories at interest rates and fees higher than conventional loans. Some companies make auto and home equity loans to minorities, the elderly, and low-income borrowers at interest rates as high as 20 to 24 percent in states without usury statutes.
expansion of inappropriate subprime lending (n.b. – homeownership stopped climbing in 2004 and much of the subprime lending activity was for refinancing, not home purchase – let alone first time home purchase). Policy makers failed to ensure that their stated homeownership policy goals were
Subprime lending. As I understand it, the hedge funds that package and resell these loans are extremely leveraged and AFAIK, that’s what is causing the ripple effect through the credit markets. This kind of lending allowed people who were not very credit worthy to get into a house with as little as 5% down.
My pay is structured to ensure maximum contribution to provident fund (tax deduction at entry, tax free growth, tax free withdrawal at retirement), such that take home pay is around 1200 per month. My wife works as a part-time teacher at my son’s school & gets about 100 USD per month, enough to cover their transport expenses.