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Silicon Valley Bank: what really went wrong?

Since the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, American regulators have pulled out all the stops to protect depositors. But the scramble to ensure stability has exposed serious flaws in America’s banking architecture. What comes next?

00:00 - Silicon Valley Bank has collapsed
00:38 - What has happened?
02:07 - How have regulators reacted?
03:12 - What does this mean for banking?

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