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Thin ice

18 August 2015 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo, Neil Unmack

Lenders stuffed with government bonds have gained from falls in yields since 2012, but Greek volatility hurt their book values in the second quarter. Right now, ECB quantitative easing means bond prices won’t fall far. If this ended and bond markets crashed, things could get trickier.

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