Bloomberg’s Max Abelson reports on the risks facing Wall Street 5 years after the financial crisis. He speaks with Julie Hyman on Bloomberg Television’s “Money Moves.” (See article)

Source: Bloomberg, 9/10/13

Category: Bailouts, Video

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One Response to “The Risks Facing Wall Street 5 Years After Collapse”

  1. PeterR says:

    Summers for Fed! Yah, Ollie, dots da annsa to dah banking crisis.

    You can’t make this stuff up.

    Here comes the money — Rev up da choppahs!

    Quantitative Easing? Fahgetta ’bout it!

    SPX 5000?

    All bets are off — fasten seat belts.

    Finally, The Golden Rule — He who has the gold makes the rule.

    Friday the Thirteenth.

    PS — how old is Max Abelson?