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The collapse of Credit Suisse, Silicon Valley Bank and Signature have Analysts and pundits calling this Bank Collapse 2.0, comparing it to the historic 2008 banking collapse that saw Lehman Brothers go under. Macroeconomists and Investor Lyn Alden doesn’t think this will be a 2.0 of the banking collapse. In an interview with Natalie Brunell, Alden explained how this collapse is different from the collapse in 2008. Mainly, the collapse in 2008 was a credit problem, where many banks took on enormous risk that clearly did not pan out. In this situation, however, Alden believe it's more of a systemic issue that begins with liquidity.
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