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Despite the entire outcries from owners concerning the foreclosure crisis, the one ones who’ve been bailed out thus far are the banks that made these poor loans. The U.S. banking industry faced unprecedented deregulation with the 1997 amendment to the Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Effectivity Act of 1994, permitting interstate branches to be set up by state and nationwide banks, which spurred a national peak of huge interstate banking mergers in 1998. Most of those mergers involved financial establishments headquartered in several states that aimed to increase market share to reap the advantages of economic scale derived from consolidating individual state charters and streamlining management and operations. The passage of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act in 1999, which permits banks to develop their service choices to include securities and insurance intermediation, further propelled interstate banking mergers between establishments specialized in numerous financial activities, thus selling economies of scale in operating costs of complementary financial actions.

I’m down over 50,000 in my IRA from the inventory market, however I do know it may come again, if BO would keep out of it, and keep attacking the banks and companies with these charges, with cap and trade. I’m just sitting around buying extra …