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When the wells run dry

16 September 2008 By Lauren Silva

Washington Mutual stock has hovered around $2 a share for a week. Wachovia is above its July lows. By contrast, Bear and Lehman collapsed in days. That s because brokers funding dries up quickly. Banks can wait longer for capital provided there is any left.

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