Thursday, 23 April 2009

Traders Mounting "Speculative Attack" on U.S. Banks

After six horrific quarters, several major U.S. banks finally reported profits. So is it time to celebrate?

No, says Simon Johnson, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute, professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and co-founder of the popular economics blog, BaselineScenario. In fact, if we're not careful, we'll find ourselves in another Great Depression.

What it is time to do, says Johnson, is look at the credit markets, which are telling us that the major U.S. financial institutions are being hit with a "speculative attack":

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