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According to foreign media reports say,

<p>According to foreign media reports say, <br>
for a long time, greenspan has been used for computer technology to prevent financial market risk gave high sure. For example, <strong><a href="">Microsoft Office</a> </strong>is very easy.<br>
in 2005 he said, with more and more high computer processing power and improved risk assessment model, credit agencies to extend loans to subprime borrowers. <br>
But mister greenspan in a hearing today, said the computer system input data are rubbish. Alan greenspan, the financial services agency decision based on mathematicians and financial experts too, and gets the analysis of computer and communication technology support. But, the gleaming financial building collapsed last summer, the reason is the risk management system of data input is in the past twenty years of data. As is  <strong><a href="">Outlook 2010</a> </strong>will let your work faster and easier.<strong></strong><br>
known to all, the past twenty years financial services business has developed at high speed, from the crisis did not encounter. <br>
Greenspan also said that if the risk management system includes the past financial crises of the data, credit agency on the borrower the mortgaged property requirements would be much higher, the financial services industry also not like has so far not a pretty sight. <br>
The SEC chairman Christopher Cox (Christopher Cox), said in testimony computer system of garbage data processing more than these.<strong> <a href="">Office 2010</a> </strong>is on sale now.<strong></strong><br>
Cox says, credit rating agencies gave some mortgage bonds &quot;AAA&quot; rating, and these bonds this should not get such rating. Cox in a written testimony, wrote, these rating misled the investors, also not misled the computer risk assessment model. </p>

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