Amateur exposes the bailout blunder of Merrill Lynch

David Yip
March 2014
Mail on Sunday;3/30/2014, p29
AN IT expert has been hailed as a hero online after it emerged that he accurately predicted the cost of the bank bailout shortly after it was announced.


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