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Bbc - Timeline: Sub-prime Losses

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This seems to have appeared -

http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7096845.stm

14 March

Bear Stearns receives emergency funding, after its exposure to mortgage-bakced investments undermined confidence in the bank.

14 March

Investment fund Carlyle Capital fails as the credit crisis spreads from sub-prime related products to other mortgage-backed investments.

goes right back to Feb 2007... hopefully they'll remember to update it, unlike the WSJ

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Hmmm , how accurate and up to date is the sub prime league table ......

MAIN SUB-PRIME LOSSES SO FAR

Citigroup: $18bn

Merrill Lynch: $14.1bn

UBS: $13.5bn

Morgan Stanley $9.4bn

HSBC: $3.4bn

Bear Stearns: $3.2bn

Deutsche Bank: $3.2bn

Bank of America: $3bn

Barclays: $2.6bn

Royal Bank of Scotland: $2.6bn

Freddie Mac: $2bn

JP Morgan Chase: $3.2bn

Credit Suisse: $1bn

Wachovia: $1.1bn

IKB: $2.6bn

Paribas: $197m

Citigroup currently at the top of the league but it looks like relegation for Paribas .

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