Peter Gosselin

National Economics Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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National Economics Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and author of High Wire: The Precarious Financial Lives of American Families

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Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson hit yesterday's TV talk shows and President Bush increased the pressure on Congress today saying that "the whole world is watching" progress on his…

Congress under Pressure to Pass $700 Bailout Plan

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson hit yesterday's TV talk shows and President Bush increased the pressure on Congress today saying that "the whole world is watching" progress on his…

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The President's Working Group on Financial Markets has  blasted the mortgage industry  for its role in the global credit crisis that began with sub-prime mortgages.

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