Why Big Banks Are Insisting They Can Failby
The executives of the largest U.S. banks have lately been trying to make the case that they are as subject to market discipline as anyone else: If they get into trouble, they will be allowed to fail, no matter their size. Taxpayers won’t have to worry about bailing them out.
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