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Years after Bear Stearns debacle, a new suit is brought on firm’s mortgage deals

By Matt Phillips
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

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More than four years after rotting mortgage assets at investment bank Bear Stearns prompted government officials to engineer an acquisition of the firm by JP Morgan Chase, a Federal mortgage task force is suing the bank, alleging “a broad pattern of misconduct in the packaging and sale of mortgage securities during the housing boom,” the New York Times reports.

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