Saturday 29th of April 2017

Glass-Steagall Revisited PDF Print E-mail

Reformers are calling for Washington to bring back the wall of separation between commercial and investment banking to make the financial system safer. Critics say it will weaken U.S. banking competitiveness and deliver less credit for consumers and businesses.


Mortgage Banking

February 2016

Investors Eye Stock Exchange Advantage in Emerging Markets PDF Print E-mail

Investing in these economies’ stock exchanges is a way to capitalize on volatility while mitigating the effects of individual sector slumps.

Insitutional Investor

January 11, 2015

Investors Flee Junk Bonds; Then a Brave Few Seek Reentry PDF Print E-mail

The high-yield bond implosion at Third Avenue created panic. But as the fear subsided, some investors began searching for bargains.

Institutional Investor

December 29, 2015

Q&A with Ben Bernanke PDF Print E-mail

The former Federal Reserve Board chairman talks about quantitative easing, the rise of non-bank lenders and why Bear Stearns could be saved during the crisis but not Thornburg Mortgage.


Mortgage Banking

December 2015

Life After Liftoff PDF Print E-mail

If the Fed finally starts to normalize short-term interest rates, mortgage rates will start to move higher. Housing economists say the yield on 30-year mortgages could rise to 5 percent by the end of 2016.


Mortgage Banking

November 2015

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