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If the cap fits

18 March 2010 By Peter Thal Larsen

Western policymakers agree on the need to spot and prick future financial bubbles. But as the FSA’s Adair Turner rightly points out, tweaking banks’ capital ratios will not be sufficient to prevent excesses. Regulators may also need powers to stop people from borrowing too much.

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