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Banking Crisis in Europe and America

With US Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank collapsing, a serious liquidity crisis has also erupted at the century-old investment bank Credit Suisse, and under the aggressive process of interest rate hikes by central banks around the world, the banking crisis continues to fester.
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