Florida's Toxic Assets
Â Â Â Â Â Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink said Tuesday Florida should examine any assets that could deliver a good return.Â The Democrat said it would depend on how the buy is structured, but the discounted assets could represent a good opportunity. Sink, a former bank executive, says she's willing to look at anything to improve the state's investment portfolio.
Â Â Â Â Â The Obama administration is trying to stabilize the financial system by taking bad assets off the banks' books, freeing them to
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