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Bernanke Said The Period Between September And October 2008 Was 'the Worst Financial Crisis In Global History, Including The Great Depression'.

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U.S. banks were on brink of oblivion

All except one of America's top financial institutions were at 'serious risk of failure' during the height of the credit crisis, according to the country's most senior monetary policymaker.

Revelations in yesterday's final report from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission show that US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told the inquiry that 12 out of the 13 most important financial institutions in the country came close to collapse.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1351292/Recovery-Britains-battered-economy-years-come-says-glum-PM-David-Cameron.html#ixzz1CKIKfi3v

Scroll halfway down - after reading the grim reality above.... :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Bernanke Said The Period Between September And October 2008 Was 'the Worst Financial Crisis In Global History, Including The Great Depression'.

Did he also simultaneously cough and say "so far" at the end of that sentence without anyone noticing? :P

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Congressman Brad Sherman was told there would be Martial Law if We Voted No to stimulus package

Suicide bankers par excellence

They've got away with daylight bank robbery!! :rolleyes::rolleyes::unsure: It's incredible.

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Bernanke Said The Period Between September And October 2008 Was 'the Worst Financial Crisis In Global History, Including The Great Depression'.

Thank goodness it only lasted a couple of weeks between the September and the October :lol:

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