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23 May 2006 By Taron Wade

The sharp rise in volatility is not as much a cause for alarm as a reversal of excess. Risk premiums had been too credit had been too low. Some fall in risk premiums over the past decade may have been warranted but, as usual, markets got overexcited.

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