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"Borrowers from minorities didn't pay higher interest rates for subprime mortgages, a New York Federal Reserve Bank study shows, contradicting findings indicating those people were targets of expensive credit." [Bloomberg report; study in PDF]...
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Minorities Victimized More By Crime In Recession: Study
Source: Crime and Justice News, February 18, 2009.
"When the economy goes sour, certain minority groups suffer at the hands of criminals more than others, says a study quoted by U...
Minorities and Subprime Loans
As might be expected, minorities are being blamed for the market crash. If banks hadn't loaned money to blacks, we'd all be fine. This is a myth. At least in 1999, minorities only received 18% of all subprime loans...
When the economy sours, blacks and Hispanics are victimized more
That's according to U.S. News. Snip:"Minorities experience substantially higher rates of violent victimization than non-Latino whites in the United States," researcher Karen Heimer, a University of Iowa sociology professor, said in a news release issued by her school...
Subprime-Crisis Lawsuits 2008: By the Numbers
Two months ago, when the Law Blog got an early look at a breakdown of subprime crisis-related lawsuits filed in federal courts in 2007, Jeff Nielsen, head of Navigant Consulting, which conducted the study, told us “this is just the beginning...
Foreclosure Rates Set to Skyrocket
The New York Times news service has reported that 1 out of every 5 subprime loans are likely to go into foreclosure over the next two years. The highest default rates are expected to be in cities in California, New Jersey, Washington, DC, Michigan, and Nevada...
The Subprime Crisis: A Major Shift in Priorities for the SEC
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Caught flatfooted by the meltdown in the subprime mortgage market, the SEC belatedly is investigating whether any wrongdoing occurred. The origin of the subprime crisis is worth revisiting...
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Agrees $60 Million Subprime Settlement in Massachusetts
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Faces Class Action over Credit Card Rates
accused of price fixing shipping rates via fuel surcharges.
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