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Greek hold ’em

25 October 2011 By Neil Unmack

The euro zone wants private creditors to take a 60 percent haircut on Greek debt. But this negotiating position is undermined by an irrational fear of triggering CDS, and reluctance to take a loss on governments’ Greek exposure. Banks may use this to go for a sweeter deal.

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