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Latest News

Countrywide Loan Portfolio Climbs

Nonprime lending volumes continue to tumble.

Subprime Swoon Sparks an FHA Revival

Hard-hit lenders rediscover federally insured loans.

Countrywide Sees Silver Lining

Shares bounce back after more big talk from CEO Mozilo.

IndyMac Eases Fears

It says loan production fell just 2% in the first quarter.

Freedom Lifts Fremont

Shares surge as the company says a sale of its subprime business is near.

NovaStar on the Block

The subprime lender says loan fundings plunge.

Weekend Blog Watch

Find out about the top Beat the Street stocks and the next Goldman Sachs and Net gains.

Readers' Picks: TheStreet.com's Top 10

James Altucher explains how to invest like Steve Jobs, and Scott Moritz looks at the latest salvo between Qualcomm and Nokia.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

New Century chastened; Sirius paper cut; Jackson Hewitt's haircut; Fremont flummoxed; Nokia nonsense.

New Century Gets Loans

A court approves a debtor-in-possession facility.

Maven: Cult of Personality Misses Scripps

The best CEO of 2006 gets overlooked. Plus, a pitch-perfect note on subprime.

Bulls Go Wire to Wire

Stocks run higher as oil declines and a housing report is solid.

Morgan Stanley's New Century Auction

It seeks to sell more assets tied to the bankrupt subprime lender.

Accredited Soars on Financing

Shares rise 17%.

M&A Trumps ISM

Also, Cody Willard on Apple-EMI and the battle for DoubleClick. Plus, Richard Hoey says housing won't bring down the economy.

Monday's Financial Winners & Losers

New Century Financial drops further on a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

Bulls Gone Wild

More than 1,000 in our poll see the market rising this week.

New Century Fire Sale

The lender files Chapter 11, sells assets and axes half its staff.

Alt-A Tramples M&T

Lenders sell off as investors worry subprime failures are spreading.

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

Try our first-quarter quiz!

Clock Ticking at H&R Block

Wall Street awaits an update on an attempted mortgage-unit sale.

Readers' Picks: TheStreet.com's Top 10

James Altucher suggests some Dow laggards, and Jim Jubak looks at innovators for your portfolio.

Wednesday's Financial Winners & Losers

Merrill Lynch trades lower along with other financial-sector stocks.

Natixis to Bid New Century Adieu

The France-based bank will get rid of $800 million in mortgage loans tied to the lender.

Countrywide Leads Insider Selling Spree

The subprime mortgage business can be profitable -- when you get out at the right time.

Managers Split on Subprime

Some see opportunity as far afield as Lowe's and Home Depot.

Mad Money Culture Quiz

See how closely you paid attention to Cramer this week.

Banking on the Positive View

Rigor's a burden, but it's also more correct than the 'mortgage meltdown' cries.