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Top 4 Australian Banks - Under Scrutiny

AU Banks want much more than just the farm!
  - The world knows it, but do the people of Australia know it?
It's time to spread the word.

Flush and Dominant, Australia’s Banks Come Under Pressure

There is "...a growing storm in Australia over the size, power and conduct of the country’s four big banks."

"Long politically protected and immensely profitable, Australia’s big banks are now facing the biggest public outcry in a generation..."

"... Australia stands out. At a time when the world is considering what to do about banks that are too big to fail, Australia offers a glimpse of just how big — and how dominant — they can become."
Quoting From NY Times Article By A. ODYSSEUS PATRICK OCT. 14, 2016

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