'A Real Free Lunch' How German Banks Are Cashing In on the Financial Crisis

Central banks are making trillions in unusually cheap money available to banks in a bid to restore liquidity to the financial system. But institutions are not passing on the cash to their customers, choosing instead to invest it and make a fat profit.
Von Beat Balzli, Armin Mahler und Wolfgang Reuter
Translated from the German by Christopher Sultan
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