Despite meeting its regulatory requirements, it took only a matter of days of stressed conditions for Credit Suisse to be forced into a takeover. A closer look at Credit Suisse's liquidity position suggests that it was not as strong as the headline measure implied, helping to explain its abrupt demise.
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