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2Big2Fail -- snow day edition

posted by Stephen Lubben

From this morning's Financial Times:

Congress is still discussing proposals to give regulators a new “resolution authority” to wind down large financial institutions. The new powers could enable regulators to force creditors of failing institutions to ­suffer losses on their debt.

Yes, forcing creditors to take losses . . .  if only we had something like that.

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