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"New, relaxed (Basel) liquidity rules suggest economies and banks may be weaker than thought,"...

"New, relaxed (Basel) liquidity rules suggest economies and banks may be weaker than thought," tweets Reuters' James McGeever. "And will new rules spur bank lending? Jury out on that." Markets don't seem to be too worried, though, with Stoxx Europe 600 Banks index +1.5%. (Previously)
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  • credit_man
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    it(relaxed rules) may also say that regulators realised finally that the liquidity ratio constraint was plain stupid (as a way to avoid "systemic risk")....or that banks lobbying efforts have been efficient....or both....

     

    Mr Mc Geever should probably simplify his thinking process....
    7 Jan 2013, 05:10 AM Reply Like
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