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NP hell

12 January 2016 By Neil Unmack

The Italian bank’s shares are whipsawing again. MPS doesn’t look like a bail-in candidate: it passed ECB capital tests and its bond values are steady. But with bad debts as a proportion of equity and reserves huge compared to EU peers, investor returns look set at sub-par level. 

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