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No free lunch

4 Oct 2012 By Neil Unmack

European governments are considering using leverage to boost their rescue fund’s capacity. That could mean more money to bail out Spain and Italy. But losses in a default would be higher, and the leverage concept clashes with the fund’s supposedly preferred creditor status.

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