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Davos bank bosses are worried markets are complacent like 2006Global finance executives warned of parallels between today's soaring stock markets and the froth of the pre-crisis years as they said investors could be wrong-footed by central banks raising interest rates. As the World Economic Forum's annual meeting got underway in Davos, Switzerland, the leaders of Barclays PLC, Citigroup Inc. and the Carlyle Group all fretted that the strongest global economy since 2011 was leaving financial markets complacent. Corbat and Staley said financial-services companies had learned from the last crisis and were now more resilient and less complex.Anne Richards, chief executive of M&G Investments, also saw reason for concern.
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