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Financial Meltdown & Investment Risk

November 11, 2008 by albechong

The recent financial meltdown got many investor burned their pocket. Some of the blue chip investment companies where transaction are in billions like Lehman, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, AIG have been wiped out almost of their capital due to crisis.

Below here are some of the capital loses as compare to their peak a year ago.

* A I G -Then: $178.8 billion… Now: $5.46 billion. Down 96.95%

* Bank of America -Then: $236.5 billion… Now: $123.4 billion. Down: 47.82%

* Citigroup -Then: $236.7 billion… Now: $76.34 billion. Down 67.75%

* Merrill Lynch – Then: $63.9 billion… Now: $30.2 billion. Down 52.74%

* Fannie Mae – Then: $64.8 billion… Now: $0.45 billion. Down 99.3%

* Morgan Stanley – Then: $73.1 billion… Now: $41.1 billion. Down 43.78%

* Wachovia – Then: $98.3 billion… Now: $19.44 billion. Down 80.22%

* JP Morgan Chase – Then: $161 billion… Now: $130.2 billion. Down 19.13%

* Capital One Financial – Then: $29.9 billion… Now: $16.9 billion. Down 43.48%

* Washington Mutual – Then: $31.1 billion… Now: $3.64 billion. Down 88.3%

* Lehman Bros. – Then: $34.4 billion… Now: $0.80 billion. Down 97.6%

* Goldman Sachs – Then: 97.7 billion… Now: $40.6 billion. Down 58.7%

* Wells Fargo – Then: $124.1 billion… Now: $111.25 billion. Down 10.35%

* National City – Then: $16.4 billion… Now: $2.8 billion. Down 83%

* Fifth Third Bancorp – Then: $18.8 billion… Now: $7.9 billion. Down 57.6%

* American Express – Then: $74.8 billion… Now: $37.5 billion. Down 49.87%

* Freddie Mac – Then: $41.5 billion… Now: $0.16 billion. Down 58.7%

* Suntrust Banks – Then: $27 billion… Now: $16.07 billion. Down 58.7%

* BB&T – Then: $23.2 billion… Now: $18.4 billion. Down 20.69%

* Marshall & Ilsley – Then: $11.6 billion… Now: $4.48 billion. Down 61.3%

* Keycorp – Then: $13.2 billion… Now: $5.68 billion. Down 56.97%

* Legg Mason- Then: $11.4 billion…Now: $4.96 billion. Down 56.49%

* Comerica- Then: $8.3 billion…Now: $4.74 billion. Down 42.89%

* Countrywide Financial: Then: $11.1 billion…Now: $0.00 billion. Down 100%

* Bear Stearns- Then: $14.8 billion…Now: $ 0.00 billion. Down 100%

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