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Flukes of hazard

23 November 2020 By Peter Thal Larsen

Central banks were right to prop up financial markets when the pandemic caused panic. But their support exposed structural flaws and may lead to future recklessness. Preventing that requires regulators to extend their reach. Compared to 2008, the reforms are less obvious.

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