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Europe's repo market dropped 11.9% to €5.6T in 2012, a report shows, suggesting that many...

Europe's repo market dropped 11.9% to €5.6T in 2012, a report shows, suggesting that many banks are still relying on cheap loans from central banks rather than on each other and on investors for short-term financing. Report author Richard Comotto says the larger concern is that the repo market is contracting at a time when authorities would like to see the financial sector reduce its reliance on central banks.
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    money from mom and dad.

     

    hey mom and dad, it's kind of tight again this week... something about the crack expenses, and the gambling, and the lambourghini i just bought my mistress...

     

    mom and dad were hoping that junior would stop chiselling them, but the weekly handout is better than junior doing 30 months for cheque kiting.

     

    it reflects badly on the whole family, these spoiled children.
    11 Mar 2013, 08:23 AM Reply Like
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