Cramming for the Tests

For over a month, market watchers have been awaiting the announcement of the results of the European bank stress tests, which were being prepared as Derivatives Week was going to press.

  • 23 Jul 2010
 Otis Casey. Markit

 Otis Casey

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Otis Casey, credit analyst at MarkitFor over a month, market watchers have been awaiting the announcement of the results of the European bank stress tests, which were being prepared as Derivatives Week was going to press. Similar tests conducted ...

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