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Washington Post

A surprising economic factor that could power presidential voting: The availability of mortgages
Washington Post
So Bush got blame for the mortgage credit crunch in 2008 — but didn't get political benefit from it in 2004. How big was this effect? Big. Calomiris compared it to the unemployment rate, which, as noted, is often cited as an important factor in ...


Italian stocks end sharply lower as country's political drama weighs on Europe's market
MarketWatch
European stocks on Friday retreated from an almost-four month high as uncertainty about Italian politics contributed to a downdraft in a market already jittery over trade tensions between global superpowers China and the U.S. ...


Los Angeles Times

California is the first state to require solar panels on new homes. Here's why Big Brother is on to something
Los Angeles Times
The panels will add about $40 a month to the mortgage but save $80 a month in heating, cooling and lighting costs. At least that's the government's estimate. ... That's not possible now — it's political poison. But as the snowpack falls and the ...

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Vox

Congress finally found something it can agree on: helping banks
Vox
Countrywide Financial, one of the country's largest subprime mortgage lenders that was at the center of the 2008 mortgage crisis, had assets in the $210 billion range before it failed. But the bill's proponents say banks in the $100 billion to $250 ...

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European stocks inch higher as Italy tensions ease for now
MarketWatch
Italian politics remained in focus after the leaders of the 5 Star Movement and League on Monday evening presented their prime minister candidate to President Sergio Mattarella. Their choice, little-known political novice and academic Giuseppe Conte, ...


Reuters

Leader of Spain's Podemos to face party vote on 600000 euro house purchase
Reuters
MADRID (Reuters) - Members of Spanish left-wing party Podemos, born from anti-austerity protests during the financial crisis, will submit its leadership to a confidence vote after the party leader bought a house for over 600,000 euros ($705,000) near ...

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Stuff.co.nz

Waitangi Tribunal has turned into a 'mortgage broker looking for new business' - Jones
Stuff.co.nz
In its report the Tribunal accused Finlayson, who was minister at the time an Agreement in Principle was signed with Whakatōhea, of prioritising political objectives of concluding settlements over a fair process. "I have a view there seems to be a ...


Mother Jones

Michael Cohen Just Mortgaged His Prized Trump Condo in a $9 Million Loan Deal
Mother Jones
But according to mortgage documents filed publicly on Monday, Cohen and his wife, Laura Cohen, also mortgaged their Trump Park Avenue condo as part of the deal with Sterling. Cohen's attorney declined to comment about this new mortgage.
Public Citizen files ethics complaints against Trump lawyer Michael CohenUSA TODAY
Firm Tied to Russian Oligarch Made Payments to Michael CohenNew York Times
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New York Times

Here's Your Unclassified Briefing on Secret Government Code Names
New York Times
Others reach for the obvious, like the mortgage fraud investigation named Malicious Mortgage. Cyberinvestigators often nod at industry jargon (E-Con or Fastlink). Agents have chosen names that are descriptive (Disarray), misspelled (Lemon-Aid) and ...
Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump InvestigationNew York Times

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Washington Post

Congress is about to loosen the reins on the banking industry. Here's why.
Washington Post
... banks; free some large banks from the reach of “too big to fail” regulations that placed especially large banks under tighter government supervision; and raise the threshold where banks need to report potentially risky mortgage-lending activity to ...

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