How to Fix Our Financial Early-Warning System
Six years after the 2008 crisis, U.S. financial markets are again displaying signs of excess. Stocks keep hitting new highs despite a lackluster economy. Investors are lending money on extremely easy terms to all kinds of risky borrowers, from highly leveraged companies to car buyers with questionable ability to pay.
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