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Rick Perry for President in 2016?

Political Strategist Paul Begala weighs in on Rick Perry’s potential presidential run and Senator Chuck Schumer’s ObamaCare comments.

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  1. Auto Sector Of Asset-Backed Market Revved Up

    NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- The auto sector of the asset-backed bond market is in high gear: Securities backed by auto loans and inventory add up to about $8 billion so f...

  2. Auto Loans Remain Low

    2011 Interest Rate Forecast » Auto loans not expected to accelerateIf your car coughs when you turn the key and sneezes when you hit the gas, 2011's predicted auto l...

  3. Ford's $1.137 Billion Asset-Backed Bond To Price Later Tuesday

    NEW YORK-(Dow Jones)- Ford Credit Auto Owner Trust's $1.137 billion bond backed by auto loans has launched and is expected to price later Tuesday, according to a per...

  4. Lieberman on His Time in The Senate

    Sen. Joe Lieberman, (I-Conn.) discusses the issues the president should address in his State of the Union Address and his time in government.

  5. Soaring Crude Nudges Markets Higher

    FOX Business: The Power to Prosper Fueled by a buying binge in the energy sector amid $91-a-barrel oil, Wall Street reached the finish line on Tuesday with modest ga...

  6. GM Considering Buying Part of Former GMAC

    Hoping to improve dealers’ access to wholesale credit, General Motors (NYSE:GM) is once again reportedly mulling a tie-up with Ally Financial, its former GMAC auto l...

  7. U.S. watchdog to review GM buy of AmeriCredit Corp

    By John CrawleyWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A government bailoutwatchdog will review the General Motors Co $3.5billion all-cash purchase of auto finance company AmeriCredi...

  8. TIMELINE-GM: The year from bankruptcy to IPO

    (Reuters) - General Motors Co filed a registration for an initial public offering of stock with U.S. securities regulators Wednesday, barely a year after the top U.S...

  9. From Fear to Greed, Banks Jostle for GM Deal

    When the Obama administration sent General Motors into bankruptcy last summer, the automaker wiped out creditors, and critics warned that Wall Street investors would...

  10. GM Posts Second-Quarter Profit of $1.3 Billion

    In a show of strength ahead of its expected initial public offering, General Motors on Thursday posted a second-quarter profit of $1.3 billion, the auto maker’s bigg...

  11. Ally Financial eyes 2011 IPO, negotiating with US

    By Dan WilchinsNEW YORK (Reuters) - Ally Financial Inc, a lender majority-owned by the U.S. government, said its mortgage risk is becoming manageable and it aims to ...

  12. GM VP on Strong Sales in China, Emerging Markets

    GM North America Sales VP Don Johnson on the company's improved sales aided by an improved economy.

  1. Baseball’s Biggest Players Making Offseason Deal

    Radio host Chris Russo discusses MLB signings that may swing the upcoming season.

  2. Exclusive: Ally near $4 billion unit sale, GM seen in lead

    Ally Financial Inc is nearing a deal to sell its auto financing operations in Europe and Latin America for around $4 billion, with General Motors Co emerging as the ...

  3. Iscar Chairman: China, India Hungry for Success

    Weekend With Warren: Iscar Chairman Eitan Wertheimer on tax rates in the U.S. and his business with Berkshire Hathaway.

  4. Ally Says Auto Partnerships Strong Despite Chrysler Decision

    Ally Financial Inc. is determined to diversify its auto-lending partners as it faces the potential loss of loan volume from Chrysler Group LLC, Ally executives said ...

  5. Barclays Cuts Yields On $1 Billion General Motors Subprime ABS

    Barclays Capital cut risk premiums on General Motors Financial Co.'s $1 billion subprime auto-loan asset-backed securities, as the underwriter claimed some of the st...

  6. Behind the White House's Take on the Auto Bailouts

    There are some timeless truths to the government's auto bailouts:That the government is not bigger than the business cycle.The market picks winners based on economic...

  7. Ally Financial bets on risky subprime car loans

    By David HenryNEW YORK (Reuters) - Ally Financial Inc, the United States' largest maker of car loans, hopes that people have forgotten the time when "subprime" becam...

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