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Credit Suisse’s Archegos Disaster Exposes Cracks in Bank Regulation

When Archegos blew up, it saddled Credit Suisse with $5.5 billion in losses. One reason investors and regulators were blindsided: a gap in the regulatory oversight of big international banks.

9/21/2021 4:30:00 PM

When Archegos blew up, it saddled Credit Suisse with $5.5 billion in losses. One reason investors and regulators were blindsided: a gap in the regulatory oversight of big international banks.

When Archegos blew up, it saddled Credit Suisse with $5.5 billion in losses. One reason investors and regulators were blindsided: a gap in the regulatory oversight of big international banks.

When Archegos Capital Management blew up, it saddled Credit Suisse Group AG with. One reason investors and regulators were blindsided: a gap in the regulatory oversight of big international banks.That is the conclusion of financial risk consultants who have sifted through the wreckage.

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Voters Credit Biden For Boost In Child Tax Payments, Unemployment BenefitsWhen voters head to the polls next fall, Democrats hope they remember which party supported the benefits. Dems ran away from ACA and Obama in 2010 midterm and paid a terrible price. They had better not make that mistake again or we will have actual lunatics running Congress. TheDemocrats DNC DNCWarRoom aren’t good at promoting success & placing blame for republican obstruction-just get on tv & keep repeating same message of obstruction & tax cuts for the rich TaxTheRich TaxChurches No More Free Lunches When voters head to the polls next fall, Democrats hope they remember which financial advisor supported the benefits. Nancy and Paul Pelosi Making Millions in Stock Trades in Companies She Actively Regulates

EXCLUSIVE China Evergrande's lenders weigh up loan losses, rolling over credit - sourcesOne of China Evergrande Group's (3333.HK) main lenders has made provisions for losses on a portion of its loans to the embattled property developer, while some creditors are planning to give it more time to repay, four bank executives told Reuters. thanks only Chinese Government do not trust their vaccines. because if they do, they'd let their vaccinated foreign students back. takeUsBackToChina SpokespersonCHN MFA_China cnnbrk CNN BBCWorld BBCBreaking WHO COVID19 Breakingviews China

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Central bank group BIS warns of green asset bubble riskThe central bank to the world's central banks, the Bank for International Settlements, has warned of the growing risk of a price bubble in environmentally friendly-focused asset markets. Green energy production is not ready yet. Untill its reliable and can be used as and when it's needed, it's just not practical to roll it out. Give it a few more years Untill then nuclear is the best option for next 50 years.

EXCLUSIVE China Evergrande's lenders weigh up loan losses, rolling over credit - sourcesOne of China Evergrande Group's (3333.HK) main lenders has made provisions for losses on a portion of its loans to the embattled property developer, while some creditors are planning to give it more time to repay, four bank executives told Reuters. thanks only Chinese Government do not trust their vaccines. because if they do, they'd let their vaccinated foreign students back. takeUsBackToChina SpokespersonCHN MFA_China cnnbrk CNN BBCWorld BBCBreaking WHO COVID19 Breakingviews China

Facebook promised Trump it wouldn't fact-check political speech, according to a new bookA new book claims Zuckerberg and Trump came to an agreement in 2019: no fact-checking political speech and Facebook will avoid regulations. Facebook remains a cesspool. FollowTheMoney Zuckerbergisacrook