U.K. Seen Benefiting From Toxic Purchases

A British economist predicts that the U.K. will make a handsome profit from its scheme to help out banks by purchasing their toxic assets.

  • 11 May 2009
A British economist predicts that the U.K. will make a handsome profit from its scheme to help out banks by purchasing their toxic assets. Robert McDowell says criticism of the U.K. plan, as well as the one in the U.S., are unjustified, noting that the British government, thanks ...

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