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What The $25B Mortgage Deal Means To America’s Biggest Banks


LA Times Money Minute: The banks win in mortgage deal

LA Times consumer columnist David Lazarus says the banks themselves may be the biggest winners when it comes to the -billion mortgage settlement.


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