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Crude Oil Crash Of 2016 Has The Big Banks Running Scared

During the boom years, big banks gave out billions of dollars in loans to fund exceedingly expensive drilling projects all over the world. Now those firms are dropping like flies & the big banks could potentially be facing catastrophic losses. Since the start of 2015, 42 US oil companies have filed for bankruptcy. The longer the price of oil stays low, the worse the carnage will get.

Fed Finds TBTF Banks Increase Systemic Risk, Have A Funding Advantage

TBTF Banks can borrow more cheaply in bond markets than smaller rivals (an average 0.31% less on A-rated debt than their smaller peers), in part because of investor perceptions that they are too big to fail. This insensitivity of financing costs to risk encourages too-big-to-fail banks to take on greater risk.

Top 10 Signs That Reveal Mounting Panic In The World Banking System

We don’t want to cause you unnecessary stress or worry, but it might be prudent to pay attention to a series of unusual news reports recently emanating from the banking world. Do you really want to entrust your hard earned savings to these completely irresponsible institutions?

After the crash of September 2008, the term “too big to fail” became familiar when hundreds of billions of dollars were set aside to bail out BANKS -The nations largest financial institutions. And today, many of the mega-banks that caused the panic of 2008 have now become even larger.

Too Big To Fail Banks Now Bigger Than Ever Before

Six largest banks in the U.S. have gotten 37% larger over the past 5 years – Too Big to Fail Banks made themselves bigger to ensure they will be saved each time, at all costs due to the extensive and irreparable economic damage their failure could cause globally.

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