Here’s a lesson from banking crisis

The Silicon Valley Bank logo is seen through a rain covered window in front of the SVB headquarters on March 10 in Santa Clara, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images/Tribune News Service

This editorial appeared May 1 in Bloomberg Opinion:

NEW YORK — U.S. regulators have extracted some valuable lessons from the country’s first banking crisis in more than a decade. But one stands out: If banks were stronger in the first place, the whole unfortunate episode might’ve been avoided.

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