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29 April 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

Standard and Poor’s new recovery estimates imply a 40% payout on subprime mortgages. An origination system that produced a huge price bubble and such extreme default rates is broken. It won’t be fixed until originators retain some responsibility for credit risk.

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