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Currency tsunami

27 October 2008 By Una Galani

Gulf Bank, the nation’s largest commercial lender, got a government lifeline after corporate clients defaulted on eurodollar currency bets. Kuwait may be special. But with supposedly stable currencies now plunging as fast as stock markets, other solvent banks could also suffer.

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