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Rating madness

7 November 2012 By Neil Unmack

Spain’s central bank has been criticised for allowing Spanish banks to borrow on loose terms. This was due to the flawed interpretation of complex collateral rules instead of a deliberate ploy to bend them. The uproar was ridiculous, but lessons can be learned.

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