Big Banks Are Hazardous to U.S. Financial HealthSimon Johnson
Sept. 3 (Bloomberg) -- The debate over whether the U.S.’s largest banks are too big is heating up. Since the 2008 financial crisis, the perception has taken hold among some analysts and economists that certain U.S. institutions are too big to fail, meaning they would have to be bailed out to protect the financial system in the event of another calamity.
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