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Simon Johnson: 'Too Big To Fail' Not Fixed, Despite Dodd-Frank

First Posted: 10/10/11 02:33 PM ET Updated: 12/10/11 05:12 AM ET

Wall Street

Bloomberg:

Here we go again. Major shocks potentially threaten the solvency of some of the world’s largest financial institutions. Concerns grow over the ability of European leaders to shore up their banks, which are reeling from a sovereign-debt crisis. In the U.S., the shares of some large banks are trading at less than book value, while creditor confidence crumbles.

Read the whole story: Bloomberg

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