Why Subprime Lenders Are In Trouble

New analysis suggests that subprime lenders lowered their lending standards last year as they competed for business

As the subprime mortgage market goes into steep decline, threatening to drag the whole economy along with it, many people are wondering what could have gone so wrong so quickly. Until recently, after all, delinquency and foreclosure rates on subprime loans were reassuringly low.

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