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The European Fannie and Freddie are slowly rising

From what I read, Merkel might get at least half of what she wanted: a participation of private investors (bond holders) in case of a bailout… The other half seems that more money will have to be put on the table. From the press release: Rules will be adapted to provide for a case by case participation of private sector creditors, fully consistent with IMF…

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The European Fannie and Freddie are slowly rising

From what I read, Merkel might get at least half of what she wanted: a participation of private investors (bond holders) in case of a bailout… The other half seems that more money will have to be put on the table. From the press release: Rules will be adapted to provide for a case by case participation of private sector creditors, fully consistent with IMF…

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The European Fannie and Freddie are slowly rising

From what I read, Merkel might get at least half of what she wanted: a participation of private investors (bond holders) in case of a bailout… The other half seems that more money will have to be put on the table. From the press release: Rules will be adapted to provide for a case by case participation of private sector creditors, fully consistent with IMF…

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