Fresh out of shame

Marr, Julian
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p37
In this article the author discusses the statement of Chancellor Alistair Darling regarding reforms for the financial market in Great Britain. He is skeptical over the pronouncement of the Chancellor on the ways to get over the economic crisis. The author thinks that a mortgage that meets strict lending criteria is nothing short of a public service even if it entails a high price for the consuming public.


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