William K. Black with Max Keiser on Derivatives Frauds On the Edge 100 Dec 2009

William K. Black Professor and former bank regulator Kansas City is Max Keiser's guest in this other episode of On The Edge from Press TV , Max also interviews as usual Stacy Herbert on the phone from London topics are : derivatives banks frauds loans stress tests inflation vs deflation Geithner Bernanke Poulson financial scams and much more

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