Crisis fatigue: finding a way out of the recession

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Clearly, hedge funds were not the root and cause of the present financial crisis; they did not instigate the market meltdown. In fact hedge funds were and remain a large part of the solution.

With the words 'Rome', 'fiddle' and 'burning' coming first to mind, it is extraordinary that the G20 should become fixated on all the wrong things. First and foremost, the focus should be on avoiding a catastrophic global recession. To continue the metaphor, the city is burning. Now is not the time to think

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