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When is a prime RMBS deal not actually that prime?
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EU politicians to vote on regulatory change to open up a key source of funding for banks
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Lenders concentrate on consumers with better credit and delinquencies rise in subprime tier
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Home fitness craze generates debt packages for institutional investors
Pandemic raises concerns about just-in-time inventory model for companies
US platform says it is expanding beyond tech companies into other sectors
Mortgage-backed securities fill a funding gap but as delinquencies rise investors are bracing for losses
Exclusion of property owners from lending support programme is unjust, critics claim
Citigroup was biggest lender but Deutsche, Barclays and SocGen are also on the hook
Tweaking pre-pandemic indirect EU subsidies is not the way to rescue struggling businesses
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Another strange thing is happening.
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Commercial mortgage securities have bounced back — unlike the residential equivalent
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It's less about technology, and more about not having branches.
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Repackaged consumer debt provides one route to grow the niche but raises eyebrows among investors
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