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Please don't be naughty

7 January 2010 By Agnes Crane

A lowprofile forum of bank supervisors has told banks not to rely on interest rates staying low. It doesn’t signal any quick change in monetary policy. But it does reflect the political winds. It’s as if regulators finally want to be seen trying to preempt excesses.

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