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This time it’s different

10 September 2013 By Swaha Pattanaik

A steepening government bond yield curve is usually a money spinner for banks by allowing them to lend at much higher rates than they borrow. The phenomenon may be less profitable this time. Regulation has changed the rules of the game and the economic environment is different.

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