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What are you thankful for in finance or economics?

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It’s been a few days, I’ve been listening to Adele’s new album pretty much on loop while knitting and sewing curtains. So yes, it’s that nesting time of year, where we hunker down and seriously consume creamy spiked drinks.

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And by “we” I mean Americans, Canadians, Australians, and New Zealanders. Obviously we blame the hobbits on that last one.

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Well, here’s a question for you nog-quaffers: what are you thankful for from finance? I’ll extend it to the economy as well if you’d like.

The reason I’m asking is that this week, the Slate Money podcast I’m on is doing a special “thanksgiving” episode where we all talk about something we’re grateful for, and I’m having trouble coming up with something. Here’s what I’ve got so far:

  1. I’m grateful for consumer loans. After all, they help us out in rough times and allow us to invest in ourselves and our futures…

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Arguing FHA in the Appellate Courts

I have two Oral Arguments this week, one in Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal and one in the Fifth District.  The issue in both appeals is whether the face-to-face counseling requirement of 24 C.F.R. 203.604 is a condition precedent to foreclosure of an FHA Mortgage (such that the burden of proving such counseling is on…

http://www.stayinmyhome.com/blog/arguing-fha-in-the-appellate-courts/

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The Foreclosure Hour 11/15/2015: The Truth About Truth-In-Lending Rescissions: Understanding the Case Law and Why Judges Dislike TILA

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Federal and State Judges Think they Can Overrule the US Supreme Court

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Jeff Barnes has put into words what I have been thinking about for several weeks. Barnes is a lawyer who has concentrated on foreclosure defense and has won many cases across the country. He is a good lawyer, which means that he understands how to get traction. So when he complains about Judges, people ought to sit up and take notice.

I think he has hit the nail on the head:

DISTURBING NEWS: CERTAIN JUDGES CLAIM THAT SUPREME COURT DECISIONS ARE NOT BINDING ON THEM
Posted on October 22, 2015

October 22, 2015

In recent months, we have been advised by homeowners in different states that certain Judges in those states have taken the position that decisions by either the Supreme Court of that state or decisions of the United States Supreme Court are not binding on them. Taking such a position violates the Judge’s duties as an officer of…

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US Bank, Others Seek Approval Of $1B RMBS Citigroup Deal

Law360, New York (November 6, 2015, 5:11 PM ET) — U.S. Bank NA, along with units of Deutsche Bank AG and HSBC Holdings PLC, on Friday asked a New York judge to sign off on a $1.1 billion residential mortgage-backed securities settlement with Citigroup Inc., saying an exhaustive review has shown it to be a […]

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