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Lessons from Cyprus

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Tue, 23 Apr 2013

Key Points Following the Cypriot “bail-in,” European leaders may be more inclined to let private investors and depositors suffer losses. Banks could face increased funding costs and reduced profitability if they can’t rely on implicit government backing. Whether Cyprus acts as a “template” or not,

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