How the world has changed since Lehman crisis
Bloated debt, populist anger remain dangers 10 years after the collapse of Wall Street giant Lehman Brothers that triggered the global financial crisis
Mumbai: “I think the numbers are going to be outstanding. We’ve accomplished an economic turnaround of historic proportion," US President Donald Trump remarked last week, hailing his country’s latest GDP (gross domestic product) figures. With economic growth picking up in the epicentre of the global financial crisis of 2008, it would seem that the global economy is back on track 10 years after the crisis was triggered by the collapse of Wall Street giant Lehman Brothers.