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Why Credit Suisse Matters | Lance Roberts #Shorts (3/23/23)

(3/23/23) "Credit Suisse, by the way, far different than Silicon Valley Bank. Credit Suisse is what they call a "SIFI." S-I-F-I. That's a Systemical Important Financial Institution. It's the Lehman Brothers. And the reason is because, a. Credit Suisse is a very, very large bank, but they have relationships with every other large bank on the planet. All the other major banks: Credit swaps, credit default swaps, currency swaps, you name it; all those derivatives and those linkages between debt occur between Credits Suisse and JPMorgan, and Goldman Sachs, and BankAmerica, and UBS, and so-forth and so-on. So, if Credit Suisse blows up, there is the risk of a broader implosion across the globe."

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