Witnesses at the Financial Crisis Inquiry
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Inquiry report blames 'reckless' banks for financial crisis

Wall Street firms and government regulators are expected to get a grilling later today when America's Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission publishes its long awaited report into the 2008 credit crunch.

According to Bloomberg News the commission will blame "reckless" banks and "weak" regulators and conclude the meltdown could have been avoided.

But as BBC's Michelle Fleury reports from New York, for many on Wall Street it seems to be back to business as usual.

  • 27 Jan 2011