Research Digest

October 2001
Bond Buyer;10/24/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31250, p7
Trade Publication
Focuses on business developments related to the U.S. investment industry following September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Impact of a moratorium on foreclosures announced by the federal government for the U.S. Federal Housing Administration insured mortgages of individuals on revenue bond collections; Impact of September 11, 2001 terrorist hijackings on the U.S. airline industry.


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