The past week turned out to be extremely tense for the markets - the specter of the banking crisis returned to Europe and the United States. According to some market participants, this could seriously affect the trajectory of the Fed and ECB rate growth cycle. At the same time, no one canceled the need to combat inflation. Will the collapse of three American banks and the approach to the collapse of the Swiss Credit Suisse prologue to the new 2008? How Events Unfolded
The first wave of shock came at the end of last week - on Friday morning, US time, the US authorities announced the closure of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) "startup bank" with $209 billion in assets. For comparison: this is ⅔ from the size of Washington Mutual assets (without adjusting for inflation), which collapsed in 2008.

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