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The second shoe

26 June 2007 By Antony Currie

Falling home sales, homebuilder losses and Bear Stearns hedge fund woes are bad enough. But 2005 s mortgages could be a real kicker. Interest payments on many of them are about to shoot up. That could precipitate more defaults and deepen the subprime crisis.

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