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“Wells Fargo was generally perceived as one of the higher-quality subprime loan originators.”
“Second, they knew he threw out the higher-quality Wells Fargo packages.”
“While the Fed offered some bonds for a few cents on the dollar, higher-quality assets sold for as much as 90 cents on the dollar, investors said.”
“Still, "they aren't credit-card floaters," he said, indicating they are tougher to sell than higher-quality bonds backed by consumer debt.”
“A rigorous and closely watched study of a Nashville incentive-pay program found it didn't improve student test scores, while a study of Denver's merit-pay initiative found it attracted higher-quality teachers and kept them in hard-to-staff schools.”
“Girls who are more attractive aren't necessarily going to be unfaithful – they're probably just going to get a higher-quality mate in the first place.”
“Whichever side of the fence you fall on, we should agree that the law of averages will eventually win out, making higher-quality shots a priority if Ovechkin wants to continue a 50-goal pace.”
“If higher-quality footage was provided to the campaign, then the use of the RGA's ad may present legal problems.”
“Unlike some firms that seek outsize home-run profits by buying companies in deep distress, the more risk-averse Carlyle is more of a singles and doubles hitter, looking to buy a greater number of higher-quality companies.”
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