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Artikel6 simple steps to really fix Wall Street: Full version  
Oleh: Sloan, Allan
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Fortune vol. 161 no. 7 (May 2010), page 34.
Topik: Wall Street; Financial Crisis; Six Simple Steps; Financial System
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Isi artikelThe first thing you learn when you start looking at Wall Street, which I've been doing for 40 years, is to never trust the salesmen. What they promise you isn't necessarily what you get. You need to use common sense, watch out for your own interests, and at least make an attempt to understand the fine print. The same principle applies when you examine plans to reform Wall Street. The Street certainly needs to be fixed, heaven knows. Its excesses are largely responsible for the financial crisis that brought markets crashing down in 2008 and plunged the economy into recession. The government needs to step in to stop people from being cheated, to help capitalism regain some of the public trust it's lost, and to make markets transparent enough that people other than a handful of elite insiders can figure out what's going on.
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