Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Tuesday, March 14, 2023

    Credit Suisse shares fall to all-time low as bank announces it has found ‘material weakness’ – just hours after Wall Street expert predicted that it would be the next to fall after SVB

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    Credit Suisse shares fell five percent to an all-time low in early trading and in Europe on Tuesday after the bank confirmed material weaknesses and an $8billion loss in 2022, just hours after a financial expert claimed it would be the next institution to fall following SVB, Your Content has learned.

    Robert Kiyosaki claimed yesterday that Credit Suisse would be ‘next’ to fold.

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    Kiyosaki is a metals investor who predicted the 2008 Lehman Bros crash.

    Today, Credit Suisse reported an $8billion loss in 2022 and ‘material weakness,‘according to INDEPENDENT.

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