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Trillions in coastal properties are now at risk
Losses in excess of $20 billion would lead to a hard market, one analyst says.
Florida, Georgia could also be in hurricane's path.
Funds eliminate exposures to Spanish, Italian Banks.
Blogger Francine McKenna, author of re:TheAuditors, says there's little incentive for auditing firms to precipitate the failure of a client by highlighting problems in their books.
A New York attorney with links to Galleon Group is jailed for passing inside information.
Two Swiss banks have denied tapping the Fed's dollar facility.
Yields on U.S. Treasury Bonds are experiencing a wild ride.
German growth and funding problems fuelling fears.
Debit card users in four states will be guinea pigs for a new source of bank revenue.