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Nevertheless, his outbursts over new-money excesses in Greenwich have struck a vein, attracting readers who, Mr. Fountain says, include not just bankers and local real estate mavens but also followers in Europe and Asia. libertarian and politically

Meltdown: The men who crashed the world
In the first episode of Meltdown, we hear about four men who brought down the global economy: a billionaire mortgage-seller who fooled millions; a high-rolling banker with a fatal weakness; a ferocious Wall Street predator; and the power behind the throne.

Global stock sell-off highlights financial parasitism
The Fed's policy of keeping interest rates at near-zero and pumping $85 billion a month into the financial markets by purchasing US Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities cheapened the US dollar and lowered US interest rates relative to those in

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2010: “A group of the world's top banking chiefs and regulators, some nursing hangovers after a late night of party-hopping, finally started making some progress over financial reform,” reported Mr. Sorkin. 2011: Jamie Ex-Goldman Trader Tourre

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Financial data affecting today’s mortgage rates

First thing this morning, markets looked set to deliver mortgage rates today that are higher. By approaching 10 a.m. (ET), the data, compared with this time on Friday, were:

Major stock indexes were all appreciably higher soon after opening. ( Bad for mortgage  rates ). When investors are buying shares they’re often selling bonds, which pushes prices of Treasurys down and increases yields and mortgage rates. The opposite happens on days when indexes fall. See below for a detailed explanation Gold prices fell to $1,508 an ounce from $1,525. ( Bad for mortgage rates. ) In general, it’s better for rates when gold rises, and worse when gold falls. Gold tends to rise when investors worry about the economy.

You know those bankers and mortgage lenders?

who deliberately packaged up the money they were owed into 'derivatives'.

Those bankers are Investment bankers not mortgage lenders or commercial bankers. Only Lehman Brothers, but the rest must be regulated or taken over by commercial banks.

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