Spanish banks continue to depend on European Central Bank after stress tests exposed capital shortfalls
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The viability of the Eurozone project continues to weigh on fixed income market, says chief investment officer of DB Advisors.
Normal service appears to be a long way from resuming in credit, as macroeconomic uncertainty continues to grip the financial markets.
European financial markets have been turned upside down by the sovereign debt crisis, with eurozone government bonds no longer regarded as completely risk-free. As a result, dealers are more wary of the correlation inherent in collateral denominated in...
Sovereign debt crisis raises fears about correlation of derivative collateral denominated in domestic currencies
The European Union and International Monetary Fund agreed a €750 billion emergency loan package in early May, aimed at averting a sovereign default and wider crisis across the eurozone. Nonetheless, banks have been preparing for the worst, stress testing...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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