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Home equity horror

7 April 2010 By Rolfe Winkler

The biggest U.S. banks hold tens of billions of underwater secondlien loans. They ve avoided writing them down because borrowers are making payments. But muddling through is a risky strategy. Regulators would be wise to force them to hold more capital against these loans.

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