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Johannes Hahn Sep 20
: I try to find additional funding of around €20 million from in response to the exceptional . The additional funding should help safeguarding access to health/education for . Hope other donors follow suit!
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Scott Waalkes Sep 20
She forgot "Too Big to Fail." Still, I've shown 4 of these 5 in class when teaching about the housing bubble/financial crisis, and "99 Homes" has been on my radar for awhile. Time to watch it and mark 10 years since the most recent .
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BBC Business Sep 12
Who was to blame for the global financial crisis? explains in this animated explainer. And for a full in-depth look by at 'the lost decade', take some time for this long read:
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State Street SPDR ETFs Sep 20
What was it like for Jim Ross, one of the creators of the first US-listed ETF, to watch the unfold 10 years ago and wonder if ETFs would survive? In one word: Harrowing.
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Third World War Info Sep 17
: Next may be much worse than 2008, warns famous investor ; claims its root cause to be US national debt. He further adds, the dollar would fall while gold, consumer prices would soar worsening ensuing .
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Bicycles&Blazers 16m
"One of the most intriguing aspects of the 2007-09 is how little understanding there is of what actually occurred." Ten Misconceptions About on 10-Year Anniversary from 😦
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ReutersBreakingviews 9h
The crisis that reached its climax with the failure of Lehman Brothers a decade ago swept away the notion that financial leaders could be relied upon to safely run their firms, says :
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BBC Business Sep 12
“I didn’t see it coming and I don’t think anyone would’ve thought it would have had that big an effect." The financial crisis hit Earl Marchan and others hard. In this long read looks back at 'The Lost Decade':
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Alex Napier Sep 14
Happy 30th . in 2008, the Lehman brothers collapsed, causing global financial panic, leading to the that still shapes the way we live today. Enjoy the day!
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Jim 26m
All & . Everyone should remember how good things looked & sounded in 2006. Very similar to how this feel now according to . Then came the & Great . Safeguards have been removed, prepare now!
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Cabvision 6h
Replying to @r7garry @Conservatives
Not London just and the that don't understand regulated markets...
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Brad Levin, CFP®, CMT® Sep 15
10 years ago today, the Collapse of Lehman Brothers. I still remember watching the news from my office in disbelief. Thankfully, just like with every crisis before, the world did not come to an end and we recovered. Have we learned?....We’ll see!
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Naveen Narayanan Sep 15
One decade has passed to the week when collapsed Have we learnt anything ? Does the current USA govt have the wherewithal to weather such a crisis Is there enough regulations today to avert this Is the next crisis waiting?
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Andrew Lowenthal 1h
A lot of self-justification by Bernanke; in '33 the banks HAD failed; in 2008, we only have Bailout Ben's word for it that 12 of 13 of argest banks were on the verge of failing; also raises question why Fed supervision was so lax for years leading to '08
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CEO Sep 15
Today, we are from the collapse that marked the start of the . 🔥🔥🔥 We've been keeping tabs on the EU financial and its friends in high places ever since. 👀
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ReutersBreakingviews 6h
Banks were first to fall in decade of lost trust
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Bank for Intl Settl. Sep 17
Alternative measures proposed to address the BIS model’s shortcomings are no better at predicting crises - linear projection gaps perform particularly poorly
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ithought 10h
Catch talk about the three things one should reflect on and remember from the 2008 financial crisis. Click on the link below to read the article:
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Spread It 🌈 Sep 16
When Hedge Fund Traders jump out of windows,and the US has a Opioid Crisis, Lux Real Estate outside NYC, Boston, LA, Seattle, Miami R priced below 2003 prices, you should never forget the anniversary of the http://dailym.a /2mM76rT via
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Seth Cushman Sep 17
Has it been 10 years already?? what are your impressions of the Great Recession? What did you learn? Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz looks back at the ten years later.
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