Something’s gotta give

The long-standing boycott on investing in Portuguese bank debt has been noble, but it is unlikely to be effective.

  • By Tyler Davies
  • 30 Nov 2017

Cartoon_1533_NobleInvestors had every right to feel angry in 2015, when the Bank of Portugal selected five of Novo Banco’s 52 senior bonds and effectively zeroed them by transferring them back to Banco Espírito Santo.

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