Roberts, Ed
September 2008
Credit Union Journal;9/29/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 39, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of the United States government to include credit unions in its economic bailout program for the mortgage market. According to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, credit unions will benefit from the bailout through the stabilization of the markets and by the ability to establish a value for mortgage securities. INSET: Bailout Plan Generates Feeding Frenzy Among Special Interests.


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