Fed's Hoenig: This time it's different (or is it?)

In the speech 'This time it's different (or is it?)' given on 30 October Thomas Hoenig of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City said conditions today are good: strong earnings, good asset quality, no bank failures in more than two years.

"However, those who, in the early 1980s, predicted an endless rise in energy markets and real estate values were as confident in their outlook as we are today. And, certainly, the same rules and lessons continue to apply in banking and finance."

"Although the

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