Henry in The Australian (5 Nov 2010)
"A crisis is a terrible thing to waste. Luckily, our big banks have done no such thing. Before the global financial crisis, the four pillars were crumbling into sand, as competition slashed the majors' margins and market share. Now, they seem stronger then ever. And with interest rates rising, the heat is on. But political posturing can't change economic realities, and knee-jerk responses are only likely to be counterproductive."
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