Could another major bank crisis like the one we witnessed in 2008 be on the horizon? There are certain red flags that might indicate it, and it might start with the major banks once more.
Switzerland's Credit Suisse has experienced a significant decline in the value of its shares over the long and short term,
and this might be one of the signs that the economy is about to collapse. Concerns about the bank's capacity to continue operating without assistance from other institutions have grown.
According to CNBC and other reports, Credit Suisse's stock price declined by about 10% during weekend trading,
continuing a negative trend that has seen a more than 50% decline over the past six months. It's a worrying indicator for the bank,
which may be dealing with down-chain issues akin to what we've seen in previous significant market upheavals.