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Breaking Laws in the Mortgage Bubble

The government won a big victory this week in a case against two banks that were found to have systematically deceived investors about shoddy mortgage securities they peddled during the housing bubble. “The magnitude of falsity, conservatively measured, is enormous,” wrote Judge Denise Cote of Federal District Court in Manhattan in a strongly worded 361-page ruling.


Read the full article by the New York Times Editorial Board here.

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