Back to basics

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Structured credit markets are picking up the pieces after a tumultuous six months. As 2007 draws to a close, all concerned - from regulators to rating agencies - are feeling the need to take stock. With collateralised debt obligation (CDO) investors tottering under the weight of falling mark-to-market valuations and dealers left reeling from hedging losses, tough questions are being asked about the future of the credit market, with some predicting a dramatic change in the mix of products sold

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