Industry merry-go-round may slow

Laker, Sally
October 2007
Mortgage Strategy;10/1/2007, p67
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the author's views regarding the credit market turmoil in Great Britain. Despite the Northern Rock PLC crisis and the lack of support from the Bank of England, the author thinks the mortgage market is strong enough to adapt to this challenge and hope that the wider negative implications of the turmoil will not result in too many redundancies.


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