FRONTLINE: Money, Power And Wall Street: The Crisis Spreads
Airs Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 10 p.m. on KPBS TV
Monday, July 2, 2012
The FRONTLINE Interviews
Watch firsthand testimony from deep inside the financial crisis and its aftermath.
Do Credit Ratings Still Matter? by Jason M. Breslow
Trouble At UBS For Obama’s Favorite Banker? by Jason M. Breslow
Home Foreclosure Rates on the Rise Again by Sarah Childress
Sheila Bair: From Regulator To Watchdog by Jason M. Breslow
Small Banks Under Pressure From New Capital Requirements by Jason M. Breslow
Watch Now: Six Billion Dollar Bet by Gretchen Gavett
JPMorgan Loss Poses Early Test For Dodd-Frank Pay Rules by Jason M. Breslow
What Can We Learn from JPMorgan’s $2 Billion Loss? by Azmat Khan
What’s the Status of the Dodd-Frank Financial Overhaul? by Azmat Khan
Lessons Not Learned at MF Global by Sarah Moughty
From Bear to Lehman: Documents Reveal an Alternate History by Lauren Ezell
In an encore presentation from the acclaimed series "Money, Power and Wall Street," FRONTLINE explores how an "epidemic of greed" spread from financial institutions in the United States to Europe and back.
Correspondent Martin Smith ("College, Inc.," "The Madoff Affair") reveals a trail of complex deals that contributed to a European crisis that today threatens to sink the global economy into another slump.
Almost four years after the meltdown, FRONTLINE examines how regulators have tried to fix an industry steeped in conflicts of interest, excessive risk taking and incentives to cheat.
New rules and regulations are being written, but can they prevent the next crisis?