Today, the financial crisis continues.
This video from the USA says about itself:
The World Socialist Web Site interviewed Dwight Smith, director of Isaiah House, an emergency shelter in Santa Ana, California, about the rise in the number of homeless people, especially among the working poor.
See also here, on the crisis and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
From British daily The Guardian:
Speculation intensified last night that Bradford & Bingley’s days as an independent bank were numbered, after its shares were pummelled and its market value fell to £390m, a fall of more than 90% from its peak.
Washington Mutual assets acquired by JPMorgan Chase: here.
California: foreclosures and homeless on the rise: here.