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KYLE BASS: 'We are facing the largest macro imbalance in global history'

kyle bass: 'we are facing the largest macro imbalance in global history'
 "We are facing the largest macro imbalance in global history." That's according to Kyle Bass, founder of hedge fund Hayman Capital Management. Investors better prepare for a Chinese crisis..
Business Insider

What Homeowners Need to Know About HARP Refinancing

In the wake of the subprime mortgage crisis and economic downturn of 2008, millions of U.S. homeowners saw the value of their homes — and their overall wealth — decline drastically.
ajc.com

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News video: Supreme Court Rules on Predatory Loans from Wells Fargo, B of A

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The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether Miami can pursue lawsuits accusing major banks of predatory mortgage lending to black and Hispanic homebuyers. Such loans often resulted in..
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News video: What Does Brexit Mean For Investing?

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As many people around the world are trying to comprehend what just happened in Britain, investors be wondering "What does the Brexit mean for my money?" If you are worried about your 401(k), take..
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News video: The Impact Of Britain's Separation From The European Union.

The Impact Of Britain's Separation From The European Union.

The Impact Of Britain's Separation From The European Union.
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News video: Stock Markets Rocked By Brexit

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The Dow Jones Industrial average opened dramatically down on Friday morning as markets around the world reacted to a vote by citizens of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. As America woke..
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News video: Advice For Those In Mortgage Crisis 6/15/16

Advice For Those In Mortgage Crisis 6/15/16 00:39

If you have a 10 year Adjustable, Interest Only Mortgage and they are adjusting to a payment you are unable to afford, there are options available. Find out more from The Panda Guys of Peters &..
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A Brexit view from Berlin: On balance, we would miss the Brits

Jointly owning a property in Germany without a contractual agreement can be very risky. Statistically, people in Germany own a property for longer than they are married. If the respective property is..
City A.M.

Highly-Regulated Canadian Banks 'Easily' Survive Housing Crisis: Moody's

The largest Canadian banks would be able to absorb the impact of a severe downturn in the housing market without incurring "catastrophic losses," according to Moody's Investors Service. The ratings..
RTTNews

Frontrunning: June 21

· Tiny Tilt in ‘Brexit’ Polls Roils Global Markets (WSJ) · Oil prices slip after rally as market turns cautious (Reuters) · What to Watch for in Janet Yellen’s Congressional Testimony..
Zero Hedge

Too Orange To Jail? US Government Drops Suit Against Countrywide's Mozilo

too orange to jail? us government drops suit against countrywide's mozilo
*U.S. prosecutors have abandoned their case against Angelo Mozilo, *the over-tanned character at the center of the risky subprime mortgages that fueled the financial crisis, after a two-year quest to..
Zero Hedge

HSBC gets its Household in order as it settles lawsuit for $1.6bn

 HSBC has reached a settlement with shareholders after a dispute over its acquisition of Household International, back in 2003. The company said it will pay just under $1.6bn (£1.1bn) to..
City A.M.

How Wall Street Is Strangling The Economy

how wall street is strangling the economy
Submitted by Adam Taggart via PeakProsperity.com, This week, Chris interviews Time Magazine assistant managing editor and economic columnist Rana Foroohar about the findings within her new book..
Zero Hedge

How Big Data Is Changing Conventional Lending

It's no overstatement to say that new technologies and Big Data are upending many traditional industries. Sure, there are multi-billion-dollar darlings such Uber, AirBNB, and Lyft that are seemingly in..
Huffington Post

5 Reasons This Country Is In For Big Trouble

5 reasons this country is in for big trouble
By Chris at www.CapitalistExploits.at My little girl came into my office the other day and was looking over my shoulder. Suddenly she ran out of the room calling to her brother. “I know Dad’s..
Zero Hedge

Spike in Defaults Looming: Remaining Interest-Only Alt-A Loans Set to Recast to Full Payment of Principal and Interest

-- - - -Spike in Defaults Looming: Remaining Interest-Only Alt-A Loans Set to Recast to Full Payment of Principal and Interest- Now, isn't this interesting... The looming recast to full..
Zero Hedge

Trump University taught how to cash in on mortgage crisis

trump university taught how to cash in on mortgage crisis
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s eponymous business seminar program created a class to teach students how to cash in on U.S. mortgage foreclosures during the housing crisis. Trump..
WorldNews

New Clinton Ad Is More Anti-Hillary Than Anti-Trump

To the untrained eye, Hillary Clinton's new anti-Trump ad may appear to cast the blame of the financial crisis and subsequent foreclosures on Donald Trump, but to the millions of people who were there..
Huffington Post

Q1 Picks From Michael Burry - The Man Who Predicted The Mortgage Crisis


SeekingAlpha

When a 'City of Conversation' becomes a union divided: Political factions propel drama at the Wallis

Location, location, location. The setting for certain plays can have as much personality as any character. Indeed, in these post-mortgage-crisis days of real estate dreaming, a desirable property in..
L.A. Times

A Decade Out From The Mortgage Crisis, Former Homeowners Still Grasp For Stability

With ruined credit ratings atop financial loss, two ex-homeowners tell their story in the mortgage meltdown aftermath. They're wary of jumping back into the market, even if that likelihood is far off.
NPR

Déjà Vu: P2P Lenders Didn’t Learn Anything from The Subprime Mortgage Crisis

Lending money and making a profit requires careful risk management. Here’s how peer-to-peer lenders got their risk management got it so wrong.
Motley Fool


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