Big Short Investors Weigh In On The Banking Crisis (Credit Suisse – Michael Burry, Steve Eisman)
Credit Suisse is the next domino to fall in the banking collapse and Michael Burry and Steve Eisman (depicted in The Big Short) have weighed in. After Signature Bank, Silvergate, Silicon Valley Bank and First Republic all went bust in…
Credit Suisse is the next domino to fall in the banking collapse and Michael Burry and Steve Eisman (depicted in The Big Short) have weighed in. After Signature Bank, Silvergate, Silicon Valley Bank and First Republic all went bust in the U.S., now the second largest Swiss bank has failed too, and is set to be acquired by UBS. So what happens next?
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★ ★ CONTENTS ★ ★
0:00 The Huge Collapse of Credit Suisse
0:58 Silicon Valley Bank Recap
1:40 Credit Suisse Collapses
5:40 Credit Suisse Saved By The Swiss National Bank
6:30 UBS Takes over
8:45 Big Short Investors Weigh in on the Crisis
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