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Selecting A Travelers Insurance Company

It can take years to save up for the perfect vacation. Yet one unforeseen event can negate all that hard work, ruining a traveler’s anticipated adventure. 397 more words


Chứng khoán hóa và khủng hoảng tài chính toàn cầu 2007-08

Posted on 17/01/2015 by The Observer

Nguồn: Eric Helleiner, “Understanding the 2007–2008: Global Financial Crisis: Lessons for Scholars of International Political Economy”, Annual Review of Political Science… 5,673 more words

Financial Crisis

A Different Take on the AIG Case: The Dangers of Invoking 19th Century Principles to solve 21st Century Problems

Bagehot, as in Walter Bagehot, was mentioned no less than seven times in the decision splitting the baby in the AIG trial.[1]   A nineteenth century British commentator, Bagehot was among the first to recognize that too little liquidity could wreak havoc on a financial system. 1,953 more words

Finance & Economics

Hollow victory for Greenberg

Leslie Scism at the WSJ reports that  former AIG chief, Hank Greenberg has won his lawsuit against the federal government with Judge Wheeler agreeing that it had no right to take the 79% equity it did in AIG. 149 more words

United States

3 Stocks That Big Investors Like /Are Buying

When investment pros such as Warren Buffett, George Soros and Leon Coopermanput their money behind a company, it’s worth noting — especially when they do it together. 488 more words


The AIG Case: Moral Hazard on Steroids!

The AIG decision (actually, Starr International Co. v. The United States[1]) has shocked many but for the wrong reason. Some commentators have focused on the ingratitude of Maurice Greenberg, AIG’s former CEO and the “architect” of its international insurance business. 2,274 more words

Securities Regulation

Judge rules AIG bailout 'unconstitutional'

by Rick Moran,  American Thinker

A judge ruled that the 2008 bailout and takeover of insurance giant AIG was “unduly harsh” and unconstitutional. 47 more words