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Could The Subprime Meltdown Happen Again & What Would it Look Like?
by Jeff Yastine June 21, 2016 U.S. Economy
After an eight-year hiatus, subprime mortgages are back. Now called non-prime to hide their ugly past, these loans are fueling a brand new housing bubble. What could go wrong?

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