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Hotly anticipated final Fatca regulations leave industry disappointed and without an agreement for non-IGA FFIs
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Commentators portray the markets as aggressively attacking European government bonds. David Rowe argues what is really happening is a buyers’ strike motivated by fear – and warns failure to recognise this could result in bad policy
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