Experts Warn: The World is Facing a Financial Crisis 'Far Worse' Than the GFC
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Experts Warn: The World is Facing a Financial Crisis 'Far Worse' Than the GFC

20 March 2023
2 min.
Experts Warn: The World is Facing a Financial Crisis 'Far Worse' Than the GFC

Crisis in banking sector

In the aftermath of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and a rescue deal for Credit Suisse, an analyst has argued that the world is heading towards a crisis that is "far worse" than the GFC.

In a bid to prevent further economic turmoil, UBS has agreed to take over Credit Suisse for $US3.25 billion. Swiss President Alain Berset welcomed the takeover as "the best solution for restoring the confidence that has been lacking in the financial markets recently", however, some experts believe it could lead to chaos in European debt markets when they reopen on Monday.

The deal is also expected to lead to a sell-off of other bank debt, potentially causing a full banking crisis. ACY Securities chief economist Clifford Bennett warns that the world is now in the realms of a full-blown historic crisis where investors will simply want out, and some depositors in some banks across Europe and the US will be looking to withdraw their funds. The sentiment was echoed by British Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt.

Despite the positive international reaction, the market is likely to be shocked by such a blatant inversion of the hierarchy of creditors, which could lead to a run on multiple banks.

It's worth noting that the recent developments in the banking sector, with the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS, have led to concerns about a potential crisis that could be even worse than the Global Financial Crisis. The decision by UBS to take over Credit Suisse is seen as a bid to prevent further economic turmoil, but experts warn that it could trigger chaos in European debt markets and potentially lead to a full-blown banking crisis. The situation is causing investors to panic, with some depositors looking to withdraw their funds from banks across Europe and the US. The events unfolding highlight the fragility of the global financial system and the need for proactive measures to prevent a catastrophic collapse.

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