EU blows out but following pack come ‘too tight and too ambitious’
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EU blows out but following pack come ‘too tight and too ambitious’

Flag poles with flags of the European Union countries blow before the building of the European parliament in Strasbourg, France

Second and third movers paid 'next to no premium' at own peril, while bankers praised issuers merely for getting over the line

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