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The collapse of a bank like IndyMac or Washington Mutual bears some resemblance to an airplane crash: Both occur suddenly, drive a lot of people crazy on the way down, and leave a lot of wreckage lying around. Now a group of banks is pooling information, like the airlines, by developing a system to share data on financial institutions’ problems and crises, in the hopes of being better able to avoid such events in the future.

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