Credit Crisis

This article is the conclusion to a 3 part series on the Debt Crisis in the US Banking System. This was written in November of 2007.
This is part 2 in a 3 part series on the credit crisis. It has spread to the LBO and SIV markets.
Read Part 1 of the Credit Market Crisis analysis at The Credit market meltdown began with sub-prime mortgages.
Deleveraging, or degearing, is simply the opposite of leveraging, or borrowing. It is the act of reducing the use of borrowed funds.
The mortgage crisis is a result of the large number of outstanding sub prime mortgages.
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