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Washington Mutual Resolving Bankruptcy

Washington Mutual has reached a deal that will allow it to resolve its bankruptcy. Washington Mutual originally filed for bankruptcy in 2008 when worried depositors took out almost 10% of the deposits in a matter of days. The seizure and bankruptcy of the bank has had some controversy, with shareholders saying that there was a conspiracy in the failure of the bank. The new plan may bother shareholders because it will depend on the disallowance of billions of dollars in claims made by bondholders.

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