Santander Buyback Seen Having Limited Impact (update)

Banco Santander’s repurchase of €16.5 billion ($23.65 billion) of its asset-backed securities is a positive sign for the market, but its repercussions are likely to remain restricted to Spain.

  • 25 Aug 2009

-- Daniel O’Leary

Banco Santander’s repurchase of €16.5 billion ($23.65 billion) of its asset-backed securities is a positive sign for the market, but its repercussions are likely to remain restricted to Spain. Rob Ford, portfolio manager at TwentyFour Asset Management in London, expected the prices tendered were carefully calculated ...

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