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Through the looking glass

7 March 2017 By Neil Unmack

Some 200 billion euros of corporate bonds are trading below interbank swap rates – usually seen as a floor for credit risk. That renders one measure of companies’ creditworthiness redundant. This distortion comes courtesy of central bank meddling and German parsimony.

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