15 Sep 2018

Economists warn of new financial crisis on anniversary of 2008 crash

Economics Correspondent

They predicted the global financial meltdown a decade ago, now economists are warning another crash is on the way – putting the world’s economies at risk.

Back then it was triggered by the collapse of the Lehman Brothers bank, which happened ten years ago today.

Now it’s a mix of global debt, rising interest rates and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit which, say experts, are sowing the seeds of the crisis to come.