Economist Roger Bootle has revealed what he believes are the five key failings of financial markets, which should provoke authorities to intervene with tighter regulation.
In a speech given to the Centre for Policy Studies, Bootle, the managing director of Capital Economics, said the failure of the regulatory system in the build-up to the market crash of 2008 was a "result...
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