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Canaries 'In Extremis'

Submitted by Robert Gore via StraightLineLogic.com, Nobody “important” will admit it until after the election, but the resumption of the depression is at hand. Most people’s strongest memory of the last financial crisis was the September 2008 bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers. However, thirteen months prior to that, August 2007, two Bear Stearns’ mortgage hedge funds went bankrupt.
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