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First last rites

9 April 2008 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The credit crunch has its first bank fatality: Weserbank, a small German lender that began as a meat sellers’ coop. Its demise proves that, despite generous governments, some banks really do face the chop. That’s a good thing. Markets need to be reminded what’s really at stake.

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