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Agents of their own downfall

24 March 2015 By Neil Unmack, Dominic Elliott

Botched trades have left Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and others holding blocks of securities or forced to sell at deep discounts. With quantitative easing lifting prices to uncomfortable highs and sparking a glut of transactions, the risk of dealing for third parties has risen.

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