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Banking Fallout Continues To Unfold

Vikram Khanna, Associate Editor, The Straits Times

27-Mar-23 09:30

Banking Fallout Continues To Unfold

We speak to Vikram Khanna, Associate Editor at The Straits Times Singapore on the latest banking turmoil that has shaken the world as the crisis jumps from Silicon Valley Bank to Credit Suisse and get his perspective on whether it will affect Asian markets.

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Produced by: Philip See

Presented by: Philip See


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Categories:  marketsCorporateseconomy

Tags:  credit suisse failureasian banking marketssvb bank contagion





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