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27 June 2008 By Robert Cyran

The example of the Scandinavian banking crisis of the early 90s suggests US economic woes may worsen. Then, a real estate bust weakened many banks. The crunch really hit though, when consumers stopped spending and started repairing their own drained balance sheets.

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