By Dan Weil
Only six years after the end of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s some experts are worried another one may be on its way.
Some are “warning that the global community has failed to learn the lessons of the Greek debt crisis — or even of Argentina’s default in 2001, the consequences of which are still being contested furiously in courts on both sides of the Atlantic,” writes The (U.K.) Guardian’s Heather Stewart.
Some of the concern stems from the soaring dollar, plunging oil prices and the Federal Reserve’s preparation to raise interest rates.
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