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In 2008, global financial markets were in ruins. The investment banks that hadn’t been sold or gone bankrupt were desperately seeking liquidity. Six years on, the New York Times looks at Goldman Sachs as the firm, like investment banks more broadly, adapts to new regulations and capital requirements.
Yale Insights examines where else the economic and policy ripples of the financial meltdown can still be felt with highlights from a lecture by Yale SOM professor Andrew Metrick.