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Exactly eight years ago today, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy. The bank’s collapse has become the defining moment for the financial crisis as central banks and governments rushed to bail out other troubled banks in the US and UK. Since 2008, the global economy has been struggling to recover from the shock. Gross domestic product,…

via Charts: Eight years since Lehman collapsed, this is what has happened to the global economy — Quartz