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Regulatory Russian roulette

23 September 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

Most antispeculation measures don t work; smart punters figure out ways around them. However, occasionally, as with the 1720 Bubble Act and the 1934 GlassSteagall Act, they work too well, killing off markets altogether. Better for government to be ineffectual than lethal.

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