Are Central Banks Preparing for a Global Banking Crisis? - Jack RasmusQuicklink submitted by B. Ross Ashley Permalink
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|Nearly four years after the 2008 banking crash, and more than $11 trillion in liquidity injections in the US and Eurozone-UK-Japan, the global banking system is again showing clear signs of growing unstable. Notwithstanding several rounds of bank 'stress tests' on both sides of the Atlantic since 2009, what has been improperly identified as a sovereign debt crisis in Europe is revealing itself with each passing week, as a more fundamental banking crisis as well.|
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