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Deceptive calm

12 October 2012 By Neil Unmack

For the first time since 2009, banks in the euro zone can issue bonds more cheaply than companies. Lower borrowing costs should spur lending and prevent messy deleveraging. But it’s all driven by central bank largesse. And for many financial issuers, markets remain hostile.

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