BUSINESS
01/03/2013 08:47 am ET | Updated Jan 03, 2013

Here's Justification For Your Worst Big Bank Fears

Some four years after the 2008 financial crisis, public trust in banks is as low as ever. Sophisticated investors describe big banks as “black boxes” that may still be concealing enormous risks—the sort that could again take down the economy. A close investigation of a supposedly conservative bank’s financial records uncovers the reason for these fears—and points the way toward urgent reforms.

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