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The Takedown of Glass-Steagall - Helsworth - 14.10.2011 14:36

Everything you need to know about it and you need to if you are going to understand the present world financial crisis.



RE: The Takedown of Glass-Steagall - Titian - 14.10.2011 15:53

Helsworth, seriously, what is this pile of propaganda, contradictions, insults, manipulation, conspiracies and also lies?


RE: The Takedown of Glass-Steagall - Helsworth - 14.10.2011 16:34

Titian Wrote:
Helsworth, seriously, what is this pile of propaganda, contradictions, insults, manipulation, conspiracies and also lies?

lol


RE: The Takedown of Glass-Steagall - missbaker - 07.06.2013 09:27

Many experts say that the division between commercial and investment banks should have been left unchanged to start with. Now, even one of the staunchest voices calling for the repeal of Glass-Steagall has changed his mind. Some call the unpredicted reversal "ironic." Read on.. Glass-Steagall breaker wants to separate banks


RE: The Takedown of Glass-Steagall - Roger Mexico - 08.06.2013 20:49

My guess is that now we'll be seeing at least a trickle of neoliberals jumping ship on financial deregulation.

Mounting criticism of the banks will lead them to resort to the excuse that banking executives are only responsible for their shareholders' assets and it was the government's screwup for not doing their job.