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July 2011

Opinion Reviewing the bank stress tests – July 2011

As was seen during the stress tests carried out in July 2010, the latest ones published by the European Banking Authority on the 15th of July 2011 do not include a proper measure of market systemic risk. This hinders their (...)

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Euro zone bailout plans: origin and utilization

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May 2011

Strategy Buy in may and go away

According to Mandarine Gestion, current valuation levels in the banking sector constitute opportunities rarely seen over a medium-term horizon. However, over the short term, investors are preferring to focus on two factors while at the same time exaggerating in our view (...)

January 2011

News Investors welcome the issuance of European Union’s bonds for the bailout of Ireland

The market welcomes, on wednesday, the first wave of bonds issued by the European Union to raise funds for Ireland.

November 2010

Strategy What strategy on Irish bonds and bonds of so-called peripheral countries?

According to Natixis AM, the bailout plan should support the short end of curve and strengthen Irish bonds with residual maturity of 1 to 3 years, which offer attractive carry at yields of around 4.80%.

November 2010

Opinion Ireland is not second Greece

According to irish economist Cathal Brugha, professor of University College of Dublin (UCD) School of Business, Ireland does not face a similar crisis like Greece

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News Investors welcome the issuance of European Union’s bonds for the bailout of Ireland

The market welcomes, on wednesday, the first wave of bonds issued by the European Union to raise funds for Ireland.

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Strategy Buy in may and go away

According to Mandarine Gestion, current valuation levels in the banking sector constitute opportunities rarely seen over a medium-term horizon. However, over the short term, investors are preferring to focus on two factors while at the same time exaggerating in our view (...)

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Opinion Ireland is not second Greece

According to irish economist Cathal Brugha, professor of University College of Dublin (UCD) School of Business, Ireland does not face a similar crisis like Greece

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Strategy What strategy on Irish bonds and bonds of so-called peripheral countries?

According to Natixis AM, the bailout plan should support the short end of curve and strengthen Irish bonds with residual maturity of 1 to 3 years, which offer attractive carry at yields of around 4.80%.

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