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March 31st, 2008

The Quarter Comes to a Close, Thank Goodness

The first quarter of 2008 will most certainly go down in history as one of most turbulent ones in modern financial history. Think about what has happened? ( in no particular order) The credit markets seized up leading to the collapse of the fifth largest investment bank, Bear Stearns. Banks and other financial institutions reported […]

March 26th, 2008

Is the Bear Stearns Deal “Fair?”

Case studies will be written on went wrong at Bear Stearns. There will be other studies about just what led to an unprecedented move by the Fed to broker the sale of the firm to JP Morgan on March 16th. Reams will be written about how a few days later that bid increased five fold […]

March 26th, 2008

Is the Bear Stearns Deal "Fair?"

Case studies will be written on went wrong at Bear Stearns. There will be other studies about just what led to an unprecedented move by the Fed to broker the sale of the firm to JP Morgan on March 16th. Reams will be written about how a few days later that bid increased five fold […]