Efficient markets, rotten apples - part 1

John Addis examines the lessons of Wall Street getting the world’s biggest company wrong not once, not twice but three times in five years.

There’s no such thing as perfect competition. Whether in the banking sector, fuel, groceries or power, companies make huge monopoly profits. Under perfect competition that can’t happen.


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