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Financial shock : a 360° look at the subprime mortgage implosion, and how to avoid the next financial crisis

Author: Mark M Zandi
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : FT Press, ©2009.
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Examines the underlying causes of the current mortgage crisis, from irresponsible lenders and predatory speculators to home "flippers" and less-than-truthful borrowers, and provides advice for reforms and regulations which could prevent a recurrence in the future.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark M Zandi
ISBN: 0137142900 9780137142903
OCLC Number: 230802787
Description: 270 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Subprime précis --
Sizing up subprime --
Everyone should own a home --
Chairman Greenspan counts on housing --
Global money men want a piece --
Bad lenders drive out the good --
Financial engineers and their creations --
Home buildings run aground --
As the regulatory cycle turns --
Boom, bubble, bust, and crash --
Credit crunch --
Timid policymakers turn bold --
Economic fallout --
Back to the future.
Responsibility: Mark Zandi.
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The subprime financial crisis is the decade's #1 financial story. What happened? How did it occur? And how can a similar crises be prevented from happening again? Dr. Zandi answers all these critical  Read more...

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