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ROSA by any other name

5 April 2016 By Gina Chon

Return on stressed assets shows which holdings get handicapped most in the annual exam of bank balance sheets. Selling them should reduce risk, increase capital returns and even help claims that cost of capital is falling. But it also leaves lenders with ever more similar assets.

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