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Trading houses are definitely on the rise, but risk fears are overdone
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Financials, energy and natural resource stocks form the basis of most of the latest raft of reverse convertibles from UBS
The prospects for long-term development of the Canadian oil sands remain good, presenters at Energy Risk Canada say, dismissing concern about the recent plunge in crude oil prices
In-house probe will look at role of internal model change, among other factors
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Leveraged return notes and reverse convertibles remain popular in the latest US public issuance, but HSBC is offering a digital structure with a long tenor and products linked to financials
A stricter approach to the modelling of bank capital is "high likely", as a result of concerns that risk-weighted asset numbers are too divergent
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