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This is the third and concluding article in a series that covers the perverse government bailout of AIG. The first piece covered how the insurance industry operates and where problems can arise, the second dove into the moral hazard of the AIG bailout, and this third piece will address not only the risks, but the history of over-the-counter [OTC] trading and what should be done to resolve its weaknesses. I do not believe that OTC trading should go away entirely. OTC trading has served a purpose for specialized transactions or when specific financial instruments are first traded.
When discussing over-the-counter instruments we are not talking about stocks trading via pink sheets or OTC because their price has dropped below exchange listing criteria. We are addressing OTC derivatives such as interest rate swaps, total return swaps, credit default swaps, forwards, certain equity options and any other derivatives that are generally traded between investment banks and their clients.
People under the age of twenty five who would love to obtain a car know how problematic and challenging it is to get insurance rather than a auto these days.These days getting cost-efficient and cheap auto insurance for young drivers is difficult . As it is the young drivers are considered to be high risk due to lack of driving experience and not being as responsible and good as the older experienced generation. The CDC (Centers for disease control and prevention) claims that one in three accidents is the result of teenage fault, which for sure adds anxiety to the parents of teenagers.
All the statistical surveys and the past experience of the insurance companies point in the direction of young drivers being high risk so the insurance premium is higher for them.
(http://cdrates.monitorbankrates.com) As we close out the year, 2009 CD rates headed lower again this week over last. The average 12 month bank CD rate is at 1.051 percent this week, down from last week’s average 12 months CD rate of 1.057 percent.
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Using our bank CD rate tables, we found ING Direct is currently offering a promotional 12 months certificate of deposit that has an annual percentage yield (APY) of 2.00 percent – almost double the national average rate. That yield is also higher than ING Direct’s 60 month certificate of deposit yield of 1.75 percent.
The average two year CD rate isn’t much higher than the average one year CD. The current average two year CD rate is currently at 1.52 percent. You can also find two year CD rates higher than the national average. Right now, East
The latest round of dealer incentives could help bad credit car loan buyers save thousands of dollars on a nearly new GM car
At Auto Credit Express, we are in the business of helping bad credit consumers reestablish their auto credit and raise their credit scores with bad credit auto loans. Primarily due to financial considerations, a majority of vehicles purchased with one of these loans are used cars.
But it turns out that a new program from General Motors, designed to remove most of the remaining Saturn and Pontiac vehicles on dealer lots by the end of the year, is about to offer buyers most of the advantages of a new car while selling these vehicle at prices normally associated with pre-owned vehicles. And although these cars will probably lose more of their value because they’re being discontinued, they will carry nearly a full new car warranty while the remaining GM franchises will carry parts as well as service them.
Normally, the higher depreciation might turn us off. Bu
Each Monday, The Simple Dollar opens up the reader mailbags and answers ten to twenty simple questions offered up by the readers on personal finance topics and many other things. Got a question? Ask it in the comments. You might also enjoy the archive of earlier reader mailbags.
What was the best Christmas gift you received this year?
The most sentimental gift (by far) was a custom-made cookbook prepared by my wife and kids, including pictures of them and a ton of good recipes of many of their favorite foods (chosen by them). Never mind the photos – reading the recipes was fun because of how they connected so well with the person that selected them. For example, I saw the “chicken nuggets” recipe and immediately thought of my daughter, who for some inexplicable reason claims all of her food to be chicken nuggets. Broccoli is chicken nuggets. Scrambled eggs are chicken nuggets.
The most useful gift was probably also food-related. My pa