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Back to the future

5 August 2011 By George Hay, Peter Thal Larsen

The 2008 liquidity squeeze triggered a credit crunch and massive bailouts. Though Europe’s banks are in better shape today, turmoil in the euro zone means some lenders can once more only get overnight funding. That leaves the European Central Bank squarely on the hook – again.

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