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Fudge to the rescue

28 May 2012 By Neil Unmack, Hugo Dixon

First, Ireland’s banks got promissory notes. Now Greek banks and maybe Spain’s Bankia will get bonds. The bonds are then pledged with the central banking system for cash. That allows governments to avoid raising money from investors. But it’s not a comfortable long-term solution.

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