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Guaranteed off

30 June 2009 By Antony Currie

The likes of JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley have sworn off the FDIC programme that probably kept a number of banks afloat and may have saved the sector as much as $36bn in financing costs. But unguaranteed debt is still too expensive for most to fund their businesses profitably.

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