What to look for in Paulson's plan

The sweeping arrangements from the US government to buy bad loans and assets from embattled financial institutions are expected to be announced late on Friday and the details will be discussed extensively over the weekend. Here is what to look out for.

While the signs that a broad plan to buy assets was in works was enough to trigger an astonishing surge on Friday (and in the case of the United States, late Thursday), the devil is likely to be in the details. Here are some details to keep an eye

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