5 October 2007
So history does repeat itself. The Northern Rock crisis was the first run on a British bank in 150 years. Less well known is that, when Rolls-Royce crashed in 1971, rumours circulated that Derbyshire Building Society had lost a large amount of its savers’ deposits, and customers besieged branches to ...
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