Thursday, May 1, 2008

Everything you want to know about the bank crisis

Everything you want to know about the bank crisis

As the financial crisis enters what the governor of the Bank of England has called a "new and dangerous phase" Iain Macwhirter has been looking at the big questions

Posted by becky @ 11:08 PM (706 views)
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5 thoughts on “Everything you want to know about the bank crisis

  • shipbuilder says:

    Excellent article and good comments at the end.

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  • Powerful and scary stuff- but undermined a bit by going for the cheap line that the 50 billion was designed to save the housing market. Again I am both impressed and a bit shocked to realise that the level of anaylsis on the forums here seems far more sophisticated than that employed by serios pro commentators- my faith in the media ( never that great) dimishes daily as I compare and contrast the two.

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  • whiteknight says:

    yep – thats him.

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  • great post becky hope more people pick up on it today

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  • wonderpup – if you get a password your comment will come straight in

    nice to see another open mind here

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