Senseless consensus

Purle, Jonathan
October 2008
Money Marketing;10/16/2008, p50
In this article the author discusses the failure of the government's bailout and regulation initiative to address root cause of the financial crisis in Great Britain. The author states that bank bailouts only result to a slowdown in market correction. The author emphasizes that financial institutions do not need bailouts and more regulations to save capitalism and shore up market values.


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