MF Global Infographic: How the Trade Actually Went Down

Regulators, credit ratings agencies, and investors became increasingly concerned regarding the size of MF Global's exposure to European sovereign debt. A credit rating downgrade was all it took to spark a liquidity crisis, and MF Global found itself unable to meet margin calls and client redemptions, ultimately forcing the broker into bankruptcy. Click the image below to enlarge.

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