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Thinking the unthinkable

2 July 2010 By Peter Thal Larsen

Financial markets are worried about European banks’ exposure to sovereign debt. But governments carrying out stress tests on lenders don’t want to admit that some countries may default. With a bit of skill, regulators should be able to design a test that keeps both sides happy.

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