Veterans of the 1987 market crash said Wednesday that the rebound after this week's stock plunge shows that the U.S. financial system was much better prepared but is increasingly susceptible to world economic changes.

Speaking at a coincidentally timed conference on the 1987 crash hosted by the Brookings Institution and the Wharton School, former regulators warned that governments around the world need to strengthen bank supervision and cooperation.

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