Breakingviews - Cox: When commemorating crises, think 20 not 10
The wedding-industrial complex tries to convince couples to celebrate their nuptials every year with a traditional gift. The quality of each present increases with longevity. In year one it’s just paper for the spouse. After 50 it’s glittering gold, and so on. The same could be said for commemorating financial crises: The further away from the anniversary, the more valuable the lesson to be learned.