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Collateral damage

20 July 2011 By Hugo Dixon

Working out what the central bank thinks can be like Kremlinology in the old Soviet Union. But there are signs that its line on not taking defaulted Greek debt as collateral isn’t quite as hard as one might think. If so, there could be a compromise that unlocks the crisis.

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