Investors Back the Bailout, Cautiously
Many investors take for granted that government should intervene as little as possible in the workings of the financial markets. Still, they are inclined to see the Bush Administration's decision to spare hundreds of thousands of mortgage holders (BusinessWeek.com, 12/6/07) from higher rates as the best of several unpleasant alternatives.
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