WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is expected to outline the administration's financial rescue plans in a speech early next week, but sources said several issues remain unresolved.

The secretary's speech is designed to offer the broad framework of a foreclosure mitigation plan and an asset purchase plan. Reports have circulated for weeks that the administration is close to proposing a plan to create a bad bank to buy assets or offer insurance guarantees on certain toxic assets — or both.

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