The Next Peril For The Paulines Of BankingGene Koretz
Despite recurrent predictions of disaster, the nation's commercial banking industry seems to be surviving surprisingly well. But it's hardly out of the woods yet. One growing threat, claims a new study to be published by the Economic Policy Institute, arises from the extensive credit lines provided by the banks to a group of their largest competitors: major finance companies.
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