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Stress fracture

23 July 2010 By Peter Thal Larsen

Only seven of 91 EU lenders failed, partly because continental regulators undermined the exercise by not imagining a sovereign default. Forcing banks to disclose their government bond portfolios, however, gives investors the power to conduct their own more rigorous stress tests.

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