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This is a 500 word piece about the origins of the credit crunch. It aims to provide a brief but understandable explanation of the things, which caused the economic crisis. The piece would look good on any financial website wanting to detail the subject further.

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one because rating agencies said there were no risks. The regulation in the USA was split between the individual states and several agencies so no one had an overall view and the head of the Federal Reserve - the central bank of America - believed the market would detect any problems while there was absolutely no pressure from shareholders to stop the risky loans because they gave huge profits. A shift in perception of risk occurred and the mortgage assets - now also known as toxic assets - could no longer be sold. Banks' international lending dried up and the banks that had borrowed heavil

Written by: Alex Lewis Uploaded Date: 4th Mar 2010 Words: 496
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