You probably won't be reading it over Spring Break, but the U.S. Senate Investigations Subcommittee released this week their final report on the key causes of the recent financial crisis. "Wall Street and the Financial Crisis: Anatomy of a Financial Collapse" represents in 635 pages all the evidence gathered from four hearings held in 2010 and from many other sources, and includes new facts, findings, and recommendations. Together with the Financial Crisis Inquiry Report, issued in January 2011 by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, this new report provides a wealth of information and analysis for any research on the financial institutions, agencies, government regulators, and other factors behind the country's "deepest recession since the Great Depression."
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