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TheStraitsJournal Jan 11
If there’s a lesson learnt from 2008 GFC, perhaps it was that business oligopolies or MNCs were to be of paramount importance to financial stability
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Richard M. Bowen Jan 14
The 2008 was to a large degree caused by too much of a loosening of financial regulations, which led to a market free for all of anything goes.
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Economist Foundation Jan 14
Congratulations to who were named Thought Leader for the Financial Crisis Issue! We enjoyed visiting them today and getting involved with filming for their club.
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BlackRock Jan 14
10 years after the global , markets have had a bumpy ride, but Richard Turnill, our Chief Investment Strategist, discusses why he’s still optimistic for the year ahead.
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Richard M. Bowen Jan 8
We are deliberately dismantling the regulations put in place after the crashes to prevent said from recurring and once again allowing banks to have free rein
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Richard M. Bowen Jan 8
We are not heading blindly into a replay of 2008 but instead headed with eyes wide open into another financial crisis.
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Stanford Press 3h
What we have and haven’t learned from the 2008 . Today on the SUP blog by
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Mark Rzepczynski 21h
What will be the cause for the next ? Look to a but the flashpoint is not clear. Too much leverage is everywhere.
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Alex von Witzleben Jan 12
Peak financial scandal? History says not - Cyber records can potentially offer whole new levels of transparency and machine-learning tools can hunt for irregularities faster than a human via
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Andrea Di Turi 8h
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Kari Kemppainen Jan 14
Interesting reading "on the battle of beards": Financial panic and the Great Recession
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John Graham 10h
A quarter of Canadians with home equity lines of credit are paying only the interest on their loans
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Bruegel Jan 13
Financial panic and the Great Recession by . A debate on the roles of financial panic in the has been pitting Bernanke against Krugman in what has been characterised as “the battle of the beards”. >>
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Crypto74 11h
Piling up debts … waiting for the next implosion.
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Toronto Storeys 23h
On the brink of a ? Canadians are taking and abusing and record rates
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Edward 'Tj' Gerety III Jan 9
Turning to consumer debt, US credit card balances (revolving credit) are now above the 2008 peak. However, as a percentage of disposable income, credit card debt is well below the pre-recession years. in the making.
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Deena Elliott Jan 8
Replying to @business
Sadly, I don’t see that actually happening. They’re gonna keep raising rates to squeeze everyone and everything on the threshold of poverty out into the cold. Hang on & we’re almost ready to celebrate the new year!
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YPI Wira Tata Buana Jan 8
"relayed Trump’s insistence that Turkey refrain attacking Kurdish that fought alongside against the IS group,Turkey appeared unwilling to grant".No worry. who lost 1 wing,how can continue the war.While the 2nd wing busy to recover its
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Joella Bruckshaw Jan 12
Do you believe their will be another financial crisis soon? writes in The about why we can’t afford another.
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Elaine Diane Taylor Jan 9
Replying to @davidsirota
Replace the word "government" with "privately owned central bank" and that's about right. Banks look after banks.
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