the Euribor to 12 months, which is the reference of the mortgage index, has been rising (v. (Similarly see: Pete Cashmore). Word EURIBOR 12 months in this dictionary), which makes the medium Spanish, having your mortgage, begins to sweat to pay the monthly fees. IV. as the banks have no money, 1. Sold its shareholdings in companies 2. Sold their buildings 3. They make campaigns so metamos money, offering us better conditions v.
As people start to feel tight by the mortgage payment, less going to the English Court. VI. as el Corte Ingles note it, purchase less the manufacturer of socks of Mataro, who neither knew existed the ninja. VII. the manufacturer of socks thinks, as it sold fewer socks, it begins to overrun personal and says goodbye to a few. VIII. and this is reflected in the unemployment rate, fundamentally in Mataro, where people start to buy less in stores. This is a dictionary of words.
What happens is that the word Crisis 2007-2008 is very serious. The title can be misleading, thinking that the crisis is going to end in 2008. Now comes another question: how long will this last? Well very good question, also. very difficult to answer, for several reasons: because it still does not know the dimension of the problem (the figures vary from 100,000 to 500,000 million dollars) because it is not known who are affected. It is not known if my Bank, of life, Bank seriously and with tradition in the area, has much crap in the asset. The bad thing is that my bank either knows it. **(El 19.2.08, Fitch rebajo el rating de Caixa Laietana de A-a BBB+, debido a la creciente exposicion ael sector inmobiliario en los ultimos tres anos.) A day earlier had lowered the rating of Caixa Galicia., from A + to A-, with similar arguments.) When, in America, mortgages unpaid by the ninja go running, i.e., the banks can sell homes foreclosed by the price that is, something worth the MBS, CDO, CDS and even Synthetic.