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Bear Stearns Makes $1 Billion Bet on Continued Subprime Woes. – Bear Stearns, bitten badly by the housing crash, is short more than $1 billion on subprime mortgage securities – a big bet by the investment bank that the woes that have driven a historic.
LESSONS FROM THE COLLAPSE OF HEDGE FUND, LONG-TERM CAPITAL MANAGEMENT By David Shirreff Barings, the Russian meltdown, Metallgesellschaft, Procter & Gamble, investment of around $1.5 billion to carry the fund through. He approached those. Bear Stearns, which was LTCM’s clearing agent, said.
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Subprime woes weigh on Goldman, Bear results – MarketWatch – Charge drags Bear earnings down 33%, while Goldman has 1% profit gain. At Bear, fixed income net revenues were $962 million for the 2007 second quarter, down 21% from record revenues of $1.2 billion recorded in the second quarter of 2006.
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Bear Stearns Makes $1 Billion Bet on Continued Subprime Woes Bear Stearns Allegedly Offers $3.2 Billion to Avert Fire Sale Paul Jackson is the former publisher and CEO at HousingWire.
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Bear stearns hedge fund Meltdown Rattles Subprime Sector. "There’s fear of further liquidations," said Jeffrey Gundlach, chief investment officer at the TCW Group. It all comes just as about $250 billion in junk bonds and corporate loans are slated to be sold to investors, much of it tied to the corporate buyout boom.
Bet: Bear Stearns The subprime woes at Bear Stearns didn’t frighten Joseph Lewis away. He’s counting on the company escaping from the mortgage and credit woes which crushed it in 2007.
"Notwithstanding that Bear Stearns continued to have high quality collateral to provide as security for borrowings, market counterparties became less willing to enter into collateralized funding arrangements with Bear Stearns," said Cox. Bear Stearns’ liquidity pool started at $18.1 billion on March 10 and then plummeted to $2 billion on March 13.