Updated Friday, October 31, 2014 as of 5:54 AM ET

When Measuring Big Banks' Subsidy, First Count the Costs

Since the onset of the financial crisis, lawmakers and industry observers have debated the implicit funding subsidy that large financial institutions may receive because they are considered to be too big to fail. Over the last year, different groups have produced widely divergent estimates of the existence and size of any subsidy, joining a long list of academic work on the subject that has also failed to yield a consensus

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The European banks have very high rates for loans. People can't pay back them. I know that people in Uk try not ot take long term loans. I usually turn to BritainLoan.co.uk. It's a great company in UK which proposes loans with low rates. I don't trust big banks because they change rates very often. Of course a short term loan proposes little sums and for a short period but it is very convenient for people with spoiled credit score.
Posted by Andrew S | Thursday, July 31 2014 at 9:35AM ET
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