Bad Bankers Drive Out Good Bankers: Wells Fargo, Wall Street, And Gresham’s Law

Back in the 1500s, a financial agent of Queen Elizabeth I named Thomas Gresham observed that that “bad money drives out good.” That is, if two kinds of money are circulating at the same legal value, people will spend the lower-quality money and save the higher. The latter as a result ceases to circulate. This […]

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