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Sub prime mortgage crisis

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I made this when I was in third year of my college. …

I made this when I was in third year of my college.
This was my attempt to describe the subprime mortgage crisis that lead to the financial meltdown in 2008.

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  • 1. The Subprime Mortgage Crisis By :- Umang Rungta(060644) B.Tech 3 rd yr, Metallurgy, IIT Roorkee
  • 2. Prior to the crisis :- Everyone was making money.
  • 3. …… ..Specially the ones who lost the most during the crisis.
  • 4. Here is how they used to earn……..
  • 5. Real estate soared 15 – 30% per annum from 2002 - 2006
  • 6. Investors earned a lot of money by investing in real estate…
  • 7. They started taking bank housing loans to invest in real estate.
  • 8. Banks considered housing loans to be the SAFEST……
  • 9. …… .. As they could always sell the homes at higher prices in case of default.
  • 10. But then somebody came up with an idea.
  • 11. The investment banks like Lehmann brothers bought these home loans offering them a part of the interest.
  • 12. They divided the loan into small parts called as CDO(Collateral Debt Obligations).
  • 13. They sold these CDOs to various investors worldwide, keeping a part of the interest as profit.
  • 14. The banks found it profitable as they could recover their loans instantly…….
  • 15. … .So they competed with each other to provide more loans.
  • 16. Investors used the easily available finance to earn money from the booming real estate market.
  • 17. Their numbers increased…..
  • 18. Their numbers increased…..
  • 19. Their numbers increased…..
  • 20. This caused the housing prices to rise further.
  • 21.  
  • 22. This helped sectors like infrastructure, steel, cement, etc…..
  • 23. Purchasing Power Increased.
  • 24. Easy credit was available to industries from the banks.
  • 25. … ..Thus the economy was booming
  • 26. But Then...
  • 27. Banks started giving sub-prime or bad quality loans.
  • 28. Eg. NINA (No Income No Asset loans)
  • 29. The home owners couldn’t pay their installments……
  • 30. … ..The loans defaulted.
  • 31. Banks started selling the houses.
  • 32. The number of houses for sale kept on increasing
  • 33. The number of houses for sale kept on increasing
  • 34. The number of houses for sale kept on increasing
  • 35. As a result…….
  • 36. The Housing Bubble Burst
  • 37. The Housing Bubble Burst
  • 38. Banks couldn’t recover their loans.
  • 39. Estimated bank losses $500B +
  • 40. Wall Street banks go under FAIL FAIL FAIL FAIL
  • 41. As a result there was a shortage of credit. Resulting in……
  • 42. In the 3 rd quarter of 2008 US GDP Decreased by 0.3%
  • 43. The effects are now felt globally.
  • 44. Even INDIA
  • 45. SENSEX closed below 10,000 points.
  • 46. Thousands lost their jobs.
  • 47. The recession has also affected our institute.
  • 48. Last year by December 90% of the students were placed.
  • 49. This year 600 out of 1000 students are still unplaced.
  • 50. Any Questions??????

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