Big banks—mega-banks—arguably deserve a large portion of the blame for the 2008 financial crash. Their risky behavior put the entire global economy in jeopardy, requiring a massive bailout and years of ongoing stimulus to attempt to set things right. But despite the vows of “never again” from those in positions of political and economic power, banks today are even fewer and even bigger than they were in 2008.
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