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Liquid oxygen

29 September 2009 By George Hay

The UK may ask its banks to detail contingency plans for coping with another liquidity crisis. As wholesale markets thaw, and global regulators struggle to update liquidity rules, such a move would be a welcome antidote to complacency. Other countries should follow suit.

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