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Tora, Brian
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/21/2009, p32
In this article, the author discusses the problems faced by several banks in Great Britain. He says that senior banks officials have agreed to invest in complex products they could not understand with money. He also mentions that other problems of banks is the strategy of spreading risk across several bond markets which had proved insufficient.


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