10 years after the financial crisis, one Wall Street pessimist explains why we're 'destined to repeat the mistakes of the past'
Thursday, 13 September 2018 · *This week marks the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis, and not everyone across Wall Street is convinced we're in a much better place today.*
· *Albert Edwards — the Societe Generale strategist and outspoken market bear — argues that central bank overconfidence and the false perception of safer conditions have...
Sep.14 -- Brad Hintz, Former Lehman Brothers CFO and NYU Stern School of Business Professor, offers insight on his years at Lehman and reflects on the 2008 financial crisis. He speaks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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