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Lucky for some

8 September 2010 By Neil Unmack

European lenders have increased their issuance of longterm debt. Stress tests have lowered funding costs, while investors want a return on their idle cash. Yet weaker banks must pay far higher rates to reduce their dependence on central banks. They may struggle to compete.

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