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A reader recently asked "What happened to the $1 -2 trillion in "toxic assets" that caused the Great Recession?" Toxic assets are primarily foreclosed mortgages that are sitting on banks' balance sheets, waiting to be written off as losses.This is a great question, as these assets are the debris clogging up the bank lending pipeline. Last year the Federal Reserve started the TALF (Toxic Asset Loan Fund) program to buy back this debt. This year, the Treasury Dept. launched the Stability Initiative Program. This created the PPIP, or Public Private Investment Partnership to encourage banks to join the ...
More and more people are starting to pay attention to the economy, and specifically the actions the government is taking to rectify it. One problem that many people are running into, though, is that things in the financial world are getting pretty complicated. We have these things called toxic assets that are destroying banks, but how did they get to be toxic? Furthermore why are they causing so many problems? When most Americans hear about the plans to fix the toxic asset problem, their heads are probably spinning. Economics professor Mark Thoma to the rescue. In his blog post below, ... Read More
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