Financial crisis anniversary

The credit crisis that began to unfold in 2007 reshaped economies, financial markets, politics — even our culture. And it is still unfinished business. The FT is telling the story of the crisis, in charts.

How central banks created the most curious legacy of the financial crisis

Financial Times columnists pick their charts of the credit crisis on the decade anniversary

Beijing’s response to the financial crisis caused asset bubbles it has yet to tackle

The pattern of cross-border financial flows has changed since the crisis 

Differences between, and within, countries vary dramatically

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Financial Times columnists pick their charts of the credit crisis on the decade anniversary

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