A 2015 stock-market crash helps confirm a longstanding theory about the 1929 crash that jump-started the Great Depression.
Some assets are more sensitive to capital risk than others.
A higher level of debt can make government bonds a safer investment.
When times get tough, companies are more likely to take on shorter-term debt.
The protests may have failed to overhaul the financial system, but that does not mean that nothing has changed.
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