European insurers exposure to problem sovereigns 'manageable'
Credibility is key in crisis resolution and European authorities are failing to achieve, warns Miroslav Singer, the governor of the Czech National bank
MP and chairman of the investment committee at Evercore Pan-Asset says bondholders must reconcile themselves to taking losses in any restructuring plan for Greece and other troubled peripherals
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Yield on new 2021 Senegal bond tightens over 100bp after issue; investors suggest there is room for further tightening
The Eurozone crisis has already forced three members of the currency union to take EU/IMF bailouts but Spain, the next potential target of investors, is unlikely to follow
Despite previous announcements by European authorities that haircuts would not be imposed on investors in restructurings involving Eurozone sovereigns and banks before 2013, with each passing month ...
Kiss of debt
At Risk Europe in Brussels, Belgium's Didier Reynders speaks frankly about the sovereign debt crisis, financial sector reform and tensions between European institutions
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