Sep 8, 2009

Headlines heard around the world

If you missed the news over the long weekend, our mortgage friend Barbara Meager provides her version of the important news from around the world.

Here's the latest:

  • No uniform recovery for housing.
  • Loan sharks circle credit-starved consumers.
  • Students borrow more than ever for college.
  • France and Germany vow to rein in bankers' bonuses.
  • Life policy sales drop is sharpest in 67 years.
  • Bottled-water price war heats up as demand falls.
  • Car makers upbeat as sales rebound.
  • Commercial real estate lurks as next potential mortgage crisis.
  • Larger thighs may reduce the risk of heart disease.

Now you know.

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Mcrealton said...

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Ramiro said...

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