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Friday's weekly roundup : COBRA revisited

Again a week with some interesting trends in the world of banking. The good news comes from Sweden were banks are told to stop capitalizing themselves and start lending again. Rating agency Fitch proudly announced the following : “The Swedish banking sector can handle a projected slump in house prices as deep as 10% without suffering significant credit…

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Friday's weekly roundup : COBRA revisited

Again a week with some interesting trends in the world of banking. The good news comes from Sweden were banks are told to stop capitalizing themselves and start lending again. Rating agency Fitch proudly announced the following : “The Swedish banking sector can handle a projected slump in house prices as deep as 10% without suffering significant credit…

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Screen shot 2013-02-06 at 10.23.41 AM.png

Friday's weekly roundup : COBRA revisited

Again a week with some interesting trends in the world of banking. The good news comes from Sweden were banks are told to stop capitalizing themselves and start lending again. Rating agency Fitch proudly announced the following : “The Swedish banking sector can handle a projected slump in house prices as deep as 10% without suffering significant credit…

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House of Pain - Fed to the rescue, again

New figures on US home foreclosures were recently released and for some, it might even induce some feeling of optimism. So the worst is behind us ? Not yet, and certainly not as far as the FED is concerned. But let’s first take a look at some basic stats. And now for the bad news. Though completed foreclosures have come down by almost 25% on a yearly basis, it…

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House of Pain - Fed to the rescue, again

New figures on US home foreclosures were recently released and for some, it might even induce some feeling of optimism. So the worst is behind us ? Not yet, and certainly not as far as the FED is concerned. But let’s first take a look at some basic stats. And now for the bad news. Though completed foreclosures have come down by almost 25% on a yearly basis, it…

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GF_306x445_aa-Ben-Bernanke-hand-over-head-wincing1-jpg.jpg

House of Pain - Fed to the rescue, again

New figures on US home foreclosures were recently released and for some, it might even induce some feeling of optimism. So the worst is behind us ? Not yet, and certainly not as far as the FED is concerned. But let’s first take a look at some basic stats. And now for the bad news. Though completed foreclosures have come down by almost 25% on a yearly basis, it…

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