Why there's more to fear than fear itself

10/9/2008 | New Yorker, The

The global financial crisis can't be blamed solely on the madness of the crowds, says New Yorker writer Steve Coll. People are panicking because they've been left in the dark, he says. "In many ways investors are reacting rationally to the fact that critical information about the financial markets ... is simply not available."

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