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EU dismisses a US-style bail-out ( Europe does not need a US-style bail-out of banks, but must introduce stricter financial supervision, a top EU official has said BBC)
Bad News For The Bailout ( A deal likely won't happen this week, and if Paulson wants one at all, he better improve his case to Congress. - In fact, some of the most basic details, including the $700 billion figure Treasury would use to buy up bad debt, are fuzzy. "It's not based on any particular data point," a Treasury spokeswoman told Forbes.com Tuesday. "We just wanted to choose a really large number." Forbes)
Bailout plan under fire ( Paulson, Bernanke urge immediate action on $700B plan - cite fear of meltdown. But senators from both sides voice more questions than support. - Sen. Sherrod Brown, a liberal Democrat from Ohio, said calls from his constituents about the plan have been universally negative. He told the story of one constituent who drove to Washington.
"He quite rightly asked why we were rushing to bailout companies whose leaders got rich gambling with other people's money," Brown said.
Brown asked if Wall Street owed the rest of America an apology. Paulson, who served as CEO of Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs for seven years before becoming Treasury Secretary in 2006, pointed at both Wall Street and others for the nation's current crisis.
"There is a lot of blame to go around," Paulson said. "A lot of blame [belongs] with big financial institutions that engaged in this irresponsible lending."
But Paulson also said some blame rests with regulators, rating agencies and others - "people who made loans they shouldn't have made, people who took out loans they shouldn't have taken out." CNN)
keywords: Bailouts, Barney Frank, Bear Stearns, Ben Bernanke, Chris Dodd, Dow Jones, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve, Financial Crisis, Freddie Mac, George W Bush, Goldman Sachs, Great Depression, Henry Paulson, Jim Bunning, Residential Mortgage-backed Securities, Richard Shelby, Sherrod Brown, US Congress, US Department Of The Treasury, United States, Wall Street, Washington DC
NO To The Paulson-Bernanke Derivatives Scam Bailout ( Bail Out the American People, Not Wall Street! An Economic Recovery Strategy for Protectionists, Dirigists, Mercantilists, and Populists Webster G. Tarpley)
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A $1.8 Trillion Bailout: Where the Money's Going ( The Treasury plan, which follows a new federal guarantee for money market fund holdings, would push Washington's potential bailout tab to $1.8 trillion Reuters)
keywords: American International Group, Bailouts, Bear Stearns, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve, Financial Crisis, Freddie Mac, Great Depression, JP Morgan Chase, Lehman Brothers, United States, US Congress, US Department Of The Treasury
Dirty Secret Of The Bailout: Thirty-Two Words That None Dare Utter ( "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." Huffington Post)
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Administration calls for quick action on bailout ( Democrats want protections for homeowners, taxpayers in eventual rescue MSNBC)
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Treasury's bailout proposal ( The legislative proposal was sent by the White House overnight to lawmakers - Authority to Purchase.--The Secretary is authorized to purchase, and to make and fund commitments to purchase, on such terms and conditions as determined by the Secretary, mortgage-related assets from any financial institution having its headquarters in the United States. CNN)
One Week Later, a New World Order ( Just five days and a bankruptcy, a government takeover and a shotgun merger later, the American financial system has been completely reordered, and more changes in the regulatory framework and on Wall Street are likely to come in the next few years Wall Street Journal)
Wall Street: The dark theory ( `Pollyanna Creep' theorists blame Washington's economic statistics - According to Williams, all the big measures have had their methodologies revised repeatedly over decades to paint the U.S. economy in the best possible light - and this has gone on regardless of which party controlled the White House. Modifications were always spelled out at the time - with rationales for doing so. Thus it's not as though this has gone on in the dark of night. CNN)
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Paulson Says Lehman Bailout Was Never an Option ( says the American people can remain confident in the "soundness and resilience in the American financial system." Associated Press)
keywords: Bailouts, Bear Stearns, Fannie Mae, Financial Crisis, Freddie Mac, George W Bush, Henry Paulson, Housing Bubble, Lehman Brothers, Residential Mortgage-backed Securities, US Department Of The Treasury, United States
Bailouts Will Push US into Depression: Manager ( "We expect a depression in the United States. We expect a depression, very possibly, also in Europe," Hennecke said on "Worldwide Exchange." CNBC)
( Fact Sheet: GSE Mortgage Backed Securities Purchase Program US Treasury Department Office Of Public Affairs)
( During the Saddleback Civil Forum, John McCain is asked to define what rich means, and after trying to punt on the question throws the number five million out there. CNN)
Corporate Canada declines: Some call it treasonous but however you regard the hollowing out of Canada's corporate sector be assured it continues. To takeover numbers worth some $835 billion and swelling since 1985 to around 11,000 Canadian corporations, we may soon add the venerable Alberta-based TransAlta Utilities. ( Some call it treasonous but however you regard the hollowing out of Canada's corporate sector be assured it continues. To takeover numbers worth some $835 billion and swelling since 1985 to around 11,000 Canadian corporations, we may soon add the venerable Alberta-based TransAlta Utilities.
What's remarkable is how LS Power Equity Partners (LS Power) and Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) didn't consider a takeover sooner. As a major generator of coal, gas and wind energy whose forerunner Calgary Power Company was founded by W. Max Aitken in 1903, TransAlta Utilities has 50 such assets located around the world with the majority located in Alberta where it also supplies most of the province's power. In addition, LS Power already has nine per cent of TransAlta's common stock and owns power generation assets all over the U.S. Adding to the mix, GIP specializes in infrastructure investments worldwide while its owners -- Credit Suisse and the world's sixth-largest company, General Electric -- are providing the financing, though for all their riches, they don't explain why the $7.8 billion they are offering is only a fraction of what it would cost to build such assets from scratch. Canada.com)
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President Bush signs massive housing bill ( Measure seen as most significant housing legislation in decades Associated Press)
keywords: Fannie Mae, Financial Crisis, Freddie Mac, George W Bush, Henry Paulson, Nancy Pelosi, Steve Preston, United States, US Department Of Housing And Urban Development, US Department Of The Treasury, White House
IndyMac Bank seized by federal regulators ( The Pasadena-based thrift's failure is the second-biggest by a U.S. bank. Doors will reopen Monday. Los Angeles Times)
BIS slams central banks, warns of worse crunch to come ( The central bankers' bank renews fear of second depression, writes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard London Telegraph)
keywords: Alan Greenspan, Asia, Austria, Bank For International Settlements, Bank Of England, Bill White, China, European Central Bank, European Union, Federal Reserve, Financial Crisis, Great Depression, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Noam Chomsky on Barack Obama
The cost of soaring public and private debt levels ( Commentary: Examining Kevin Phillips' theories Wall Street Journal)
Global Elite Gather in D.C. ( "John has always supported free trade, even while campaigning before union leaders," said one. "Hil and Barack are pretending to be unhappy about some things, but that's merely political posturing. They're solidly in support." American Free Press)
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George Green interview on population reduction after economic collapse
NY Fed to provide $29 billion in Bear Stearns financing ( New York Fed said it would take control of a $30 billion portfolio of assets through a limited liability company formed to manage the assets. J.P. Morgan Chase will bear the first $1 billion of any losses associated with the portfolio, and any gains will accrue to the New York Fed Reuters)
Democrats are darlings of Wall St: Some fear donations will soften attitudes on financial regulation ( Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama, who are running for president as economic populists, are benefiting handsomely from Wall Street donations, easily surpassing Republican John McCain in campaign contributions from the troubled financial services sector.
It is part of a broader fundraising shift toward Democrats, compared to past campaigns when Republicans were the favorites of Wall Street.
Some Democrats worry that the influx of money will make their candidates less willing to call for increased regulation of financial markets, which have been in turmoil after a wave of foreclosures on sub-prime mortgages.
These concerned Democrats argue that their candidates, and presumptive Republican nominee McCain, should be willing to push for financial institutions to accept more government regulation -- in exchange for likely future bailouts, such as the recent deal the Federal Reserve orchestrated for JPMorgan Chase & Co. to take over Bear Stearns Cos. Los Angeles Times)
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Bernanke: Federal Reserve caused Great Depression ( Fed chief says, 'We did it. … very sorry, won't do it again' World Net Daily)
$200bn Fed move over credit fears ( The US Federal Reserve is making $200bn (£99bn) available to major banks in an attempt to ease concerns about a global credit crunch BBC)
New 'super-spike' might mean $200 a barrel oil ( Goldman's projections foretell persistent turbulence in energy prices Wall Street Journal)
Dollar: It will only get worse ( Greenback likely to stay under pressure in near term but find relief by mid-year, currency experts argue CNN)
In Parts of U.S., Foreclosures Top Sales ( Mortgage foreclosure notices are going out so fast that in some states the number of new foreclosure proceedings each month is greater than the number of homes sold that month New York Times)
High food prices may force aid rationing ( The United Nation's agency responsible for relieving hunger is drawing up plans to ration food aid in response to the spiralling cost of agricultural commodities. Financial Times)
keywords: China, Egypt, Financial Crisis, Food Riots, Indonesia, Mexico, Pakistan, Russia, United Nations, US Department Of Agriculture, UN World Food Programme, Yemen
Shoppers warned bigger bills on way ( rising agricultural raw material prices would translate this year into sharply higher food inflation Financial Times)
Global food crisis on horizon, expert says ( Days of big stockpiles are gone The Gazette)
U.S. mortgage crisis spreads past subprime loans ( As U.S. home prices fall and banks tighten lending standards, people with good, or prime, credit histories are falling behind on their payments for home loans, auto loans and credit cards at a quickening pace, according to industry data and economists New York Times)
Food fear beats climate change ( A WORSENING global food shortage is a problem far more urgent than climate change, top Australian scientists have warned Adelaide Now)
Crisis may make 1929 look a 'walk in the park' ( As central banks continue to splash their cash over the system, so far to little effect, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard argues that things risk spiralling out of their control London Telegraph)
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Credit Crisis Prompts Fed to Roll Back Rates Again ( In announcing the cut, the Federal Reserve signaled its concern that the credit crisis may be damaging the broader economy. The Dow fell nearly 300 points. New York Times)
Credit crisis: Long road to recovery ( It's six months into the credit crunch and investors are still shaken. Businesses and households should get ready to hunker down in '08 CNN)
UN Director General: Food Riots Would Not Be A Surprise ( Rising food prices are likely to force developing countries to follow Russia’s example and impose retail price controls to avoid social unrest EconomicsBriefing.com)
New credit crunch looms ( There are concerns that a $75bn (£37bn) rescue operation put together by US Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson to stabilise the sub-prime market is intended to mask the scale of the crisis London Telegraph)
( Alan Greenspan Admits The Federal Reserve Is Above The Law and Answers To No One PBS)
keywords: Alan Greenspan, China, Cold War, Federal Reserve, Financial Crisis, George H W Bush, Housing Bubble, Jim Lehrer, Pbs, Residential Mortgage-backed Securities, US Congress, Unemployment, United States, Wall Street, White House
Subprime Fallout: More Companies Slammed ( Fallout from credit problems in the mortgage market continued to batter various companies across the globe this week CNBC)
With Oil At Record Highs, Talk Of $200 A Barrel ( CNN Money recently ran a piece looks at a growing school of thought driven by analysts "who generally believe oil production has either topped out or will do so in the next couple of years." 24/7 Wall St)
Rate of Home Foreclosures Hits Record ( The rate of home loans in foreclosure rose to a record level in the second quarter of 2007 as more homeowners in California, Florida and other states could not refinance their adjustable-rate mortgages Reuters)
Apologize to Peter Schiff ( his CNBC 8/28/06 recession prediction, FOX 12/31/06 on home prices, FOX 8/17/07 on lots, which are laughed at FOX)
Run on banks in LA amid crisis; Wal-Mart CEO says customers are 'running out of money' ( Earlier this week, consumer juggernauts Home Depot and Wal-Mart reported softer than expected earnings The Raw Story)
Market woes, unsafe toys to feature in NAFTA talks: The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico will discuss topics as diverse as the current turmoil on financial markets and the safety of Chinese-made toys when they meet near Ottawa next week. ( The credit crunch, which has depressed markets globally, has nosed its way on to the agenda of a regular summit of the partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement: U.S. President George W. Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon.
"I'm quite confident that they will be having a wide-ranging discussion on the economy," Harper spokeswoman Sandra Buckler said on Thursday when asked if they would discuss market disruptions.
The Aug 20-21 meeting in Montebello, Quebec, is formally to develop further the "Security and Prosperity Partnership" (SPP) of NAFTA countries -- which has become a red flag for activists on the left and the right who are convinced it means a European Union-style loss of sovereignty. Reuters)
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BIS warns of Great Depression dangers from credit spree ( The Bank for International Settlements, the world's most prestigious financial body, has warned that years of loose monetary policy has fuelled a dangerous credit bubble, leaving the global economy more vulnerable to another 1930s-style slump than generally understood London Telegraph)
American Real Estate shares overvalued -Barron's ( Investor Carl Icahn's American Real Estate Partners LP ACP.N is overvalued, according to an article in the April 30 edition of Barron's. Reuters)
Wanna bet? Hedging for rookies ( Firm offers "hedgelets" that let small investors take positions on gas prices, mortgages, etc. CNN)
keywords: Brad Barber, Chicago Board Options Exchange, Derivatives, Financial Crisis, Hedge Funds, Hedgestreet, Housing Bubble, Mark Longo, Russell Anderson, Terrance Odean, United States, University Of California, Walter Torous
FEMA Executive Orders Paved The Way For Emerging Police State Hell ( New Orleans is just the first to fall - Executive Orders overview Prison Planet)
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