Too 'Still Bigger' to Fail

May 24th, 2014
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The Chart of the Week

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Attempts at regulating the TBTF (too big to fail) banks have seen the assets of those institutions rise dramatically. The five largest banks held 28% of U.S. bank deposits in 2000; today they have almost half (47%). This week I discuss the problem and the solution.

Video discussing this graph after the Read more >> jump.
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