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Following weeks of bad news from the American financial sector, stock markets all across Asia have taken their steepest tumble yet, following confirmation that Lehman Brothers will file for bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch’s acquisition by Bank of America at a fire sale price. Our Taiwan Stock Exchange saw prices... show more Following weeks of bad news from the American financial sector, stock markets all across Asia have taken their steepest tumble yet, following confirmation that Lehman Brothers will file for bankruptcy and Merrill Lynch’s acquisition by Bank of America at a fire sale price. Our Taiwan Stock Exchange saw prices fall more than 4 percent amid worries the U.S. economy might be headed for a meltdown. The same trend was repeated across the region, with shares closing down sharply in South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Shanghai and the Philippines.

Whenever the United States seems to have turned the corner, yet another financial crisis breaks out. Just a week ago, the U.S. government finally decided it would bail out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And in March of this year, the U.S. government helped organize the sale of Bear Stearns to J.P. Morgan Chase and Company. But this time around, the U.S. government is not playing the role of big spender, choosing instead to let dominos fall where they may.

As a result, the once-powerful financial giant Lehman Brothers has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with a court in New York. Certainly there are enough critics out there with something to say about the sorry state of the financial sector in the United States.
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