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    A moral hazard exists when one party has a responsibility to advance the interests of another, but has an incentive to pursue his or her own interests first (Dowd, 2009), and the pursuit of one compromises the other. Moral hazards are pervasive in business where one party (i.e. management) is tasked to handle the resources of another (i.e, the investor)....

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    Bank of America (BAC) acquired Countrywide Financial Corp (Countrywide) in 2008 and effectively leapt from the sixth position in the US mortgage market to the number one spot. With the acquisition, BAC acquired Countrywides mortgages and a 25 combined share of the mortgage market. However, problems in relation to fraudulent mortgages originated by...

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    the mortgage market for those who cannot afford in the prime market. The barriers created by the prime segment of the mortgage markets from the use of lending standards like income, wealth, employment history to accept or reject loan applicants. Rejected applicants from the prime segment can still have the hope of having homes from the more expensive...

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    The main purpose of the paper is to explain about the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers and its impact on the entire global business and economy. It also seeks to discuss regarding the loss faced by financial market due to the bankruptcy. The money market has been greatly affected by the bankruptcy and this factor has also been highlighted in the study. The...

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    Every company at one point or another faces a controverisial situation, however, when well solved or addressed the company can continue on a positive path. Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is American investment banking and securities organization which was founded in the year 1848 by Marcus Goldman, a Bavarian school teacher who had immigrated to the United...

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    According to Phillips (2008) bailouts of financial institutions dates back to 1907 when the Treasury injected millions of dollars in the banking system. The Federal Reserve System was created out of this crisis as a lender of last resort for the countrys financial system.

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    Using the collapse of the subprime mortgage market in the U.S., describe the components of good management and how regulation can contribute to prudent lending or encourage excessive risk taking. (What forms of discrimination are to be encouraged.) The subprime mortgage crisis in the U.S. has revealed various imperfections in the financial system. This...

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    Using the collapse of the subprime mortgage market in the U.S., describe the components of good management and how regulation can contribute to prudent lending or encourage excessive risk taking. (What forms of discrimination are to be encouraged.) The collapse of subprime mortgage crisis has put the U.S. economy at worst however, various lessons have...

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    The financial crisis of 2008-2010 that was caused by the failure in the housing market has real, wide and long term implications globally. No country has been spared of the negative consequences. Major banks became bankrupt and various governments undertook to rescue their economies through economic stimulus packages. Mortgage-back securities became toxic...

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    The objective of this paper is to study the structure and mechanism of the mortgage market and in the light of these characteristics, analyze the factors that led to its ultimate demise. Identification of the problematic areas within this subject will facilitate the process of finding adequate solutions to those problems through policy changes and other...

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    An increase in jobs alone will improve the economy somewhat. More jobs means more money in the pockets of consumers. Seeing that nearly 2/3 of all economic activity in the United States is driven by consumer purchases, this is good news. Other factors such a credit markets and government debt will affect the economy as well. These will need addressed as...

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    Bank of America Corporation is one of the major leading financial organizations in the world. It has its headquarter at Charlotte in North Carolina. The Bank of America principally functions in the United States, the Latin America, Canada and the Europe and employs over 288,000 people throughout the world (Data Monitor, 2011) The Bank of America caters...

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