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Buffer’s guide

5 Jan 2021 By Liam Proud

Big shock absorbers allowed American and European lenders to survive the pandemic. Even so, they required state guarantees and supervisory relief to support lending. Though post-2008 reforms made banks safer, their instinct to preserve capital can make an economic crisis worse.

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