Aug 25 2008

Global Markets: World Stock Markets Feeling the Pain of the Credit and Housing Crisis.

There have been many theories floating around the financial press that the world markets are now independent and that having a global depression like times in the past was highly unlikely.  For the most part, since the credit crisis took on a full head of steam in August of 2007 most world markets are falling […]

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Jul 28 2008

Washington Mutual: WaMu and the $239 Billion in Outstanding Loans. $52.9 Billion in Option ARMs. Analysis for the Upcoming Year.

Washington Mutual has been taking a major hit with the current credit and housing crisis.  Washington Mutual is down 71% on a year to date basis and with the recent announcement of a $3.3 billion quarterly loss, things will continue to be difficult.  Washington Mutual is categorized under a S&L/Savings Bank and even given the […]

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Jul 24 2008

Washington Mutual: WaMu Bank Offering Great CD Rates and Encouraging People to Come in Person?

Washington Mutual, the Seattle based S & L is recently facing market stress with their second quarter earnings report showing that the company lost $3.3 billion.  Today the nation’s largest thrift sold off again on concerns that they may be losing some of their sources of funding.  The challenging aspect of this is that Washington […]

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