Sunday, September 14, 2008

Who's Next?

Lehman Brothers Fights For Survival
The law of the financial jungle has all but accounted for one of Wall Street's biggest beasts, the investment bank Lehman Brothers. Its chief executive Dick Fuld has been desperately looking for a buyer over the weekend, write Louise Armitstead and James Quinn in New York

Washington Mutual Inc was downgraded to below investment-grade status by Moody's Investors Service, after the largest U.S. savings and loan projected a $4.5 billion third-quarter increase in reserves for bad loans but said it has more than enough capital.

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