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Confidence Hit: UK Banks Downgraded


Twelve UK financial institutions have been downgraded by a leading credit ratings agency, on the back of reduced Government support. Sky's Tadhg Enright reports.

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These ratings agencies, they have a lot of clout, don't they? I mean they're not official organizations or companies like any other, but what they say carries a lot of weight. Yeah, I mean they face a lot criticism at the hight of the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticized for saying just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That's said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people that they're lending to. And what they are saying now about these 12 UK banks is that they are not so much at any greater risk now of going under than they were well yesterday before they issued this warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble, and that's why they've issued this downgrade. They've perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in, in the same way as it did for Northern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, at the height of crisis, and rescue them. And if you are a private investor or a bond holder, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it dose go under, chances are , there is a greater chance now, you can lose your money.

And practically, if you've got some RBS shares, and in a sense we all have 'cause we are taxpayers and 70% of RBS is owned by the taxpayer. What difference does this downgrade mean? And would this make any difference at all practically?

And, well, obviously, we've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news. It's not to say they won't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall, I think what it means for RBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding it needs to continue operating as a normal bank. It should loan to all of us. That's said, I mean, you look at the development yesterday, from the Bank of England, quantitative easing, one of the aims is that it's not only to inject more money into the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall, so, it's a bit of yin & yang(阴阳). I don't think we can say that the downgrade today means that we are gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits into our feeds, into a very complicated mixture, and a complicated recipe, to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.

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本帖最后由 nickylan 于 2011-10-29 09:41 编辑

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This rating agencies, they have a lot of * that they’re I mean not official organizations, their companies are like the others. But what they say carries a little weight.

Yeah. I mean they face a lot of criticisms behind the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they’ve been criticized for the same, just this type of bad things, and that you know, creating new fear within the system. That’s said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people out there, their lending too. And what they’re saying now both these 12 UK banks is that there’re not so much at any greater risks of going underway than they were, well yesterday before this issue was warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they’re saying is they now see the UK government is less likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble, and that’s why they wish this downgrade. They’ve perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that if a small bank were to get to this trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way it did for Northern ** for the * the * to the crisis and rescue them, and the fewer a private investor or a bond holder somebody who lends money to these banks, if it just go under, chances are, the great chances you’re gonna lose your money.

Practically, if you got some * shares, and the sense we all have, cuz we’re tax payers, and 70% devote to his own tax pay, what differences is this downgrade mean? I mean does this make any difference all practically?

And, well, as we’ve all seen, * shares drop on * this news, it’s not saying they won’t pick up again in the weeks to come. Over all the things, what I mean for * shares is that they may find this slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding needs to continue operating as normal bank it should loan for all of us. That’s said I mean, you look at the development yesterday from the bank of England * and one of the aims is that not only inject more money to the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing over all. So a bit of in and *, I don’t think we can say that the downgrade today means we’re gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits in to our feet into a very complicated mixture and a complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation that they’re now in.
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These ratings agencies, they have lot of clair, don't they? I mean they are not offical organizations, they are companies like any other, but what they say carries a little weight,

Yeah, I mean they face a lot of criticism behind the financial critisism for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticizes for forseeing just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fears within the system. say their job is to alert invetors as to the credit worthiness of people that they are lending to. what they are saying about these 12 UK banks is that there are not so much as any greater risk now of going under than they were, well, yesterday before the shoot this warning or last week or 2 weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see the US government is not likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble. And that's why they've shot this downgrade. They've perhaps seen a likely hurt, perhaps that if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way it did for Nothern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, the high to the crisis and rescued them. Another fewer private investors or bond holders, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it does go under, chances are, there are greater chances that you are going to lose your money.

And practically, If you got some RBS shares and in a sense we all have, cause we are tax payers and 77% of RBS shares are owned by tax payer. What difference is this downgrade mean? What does it make any difference at all pratically?

Obviously we've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news. It's not to say they wouldn't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall I think what means for RBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding. The funding that needs to continue operating as normal bank that should loans to all of us. That's sad, I mean, you look the development yesterday from the Bank of England, Quantative Easing. One of the engine is that not only to inject more money to the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall. So the bit of **, I don't think we can say that the downgrade today means we are going to pay more for our loans in the vey near future, but all fits in to a very complicated mixture and a complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.
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本帖最后由 darkfelix 于 2011-10-29 09:45 编辑

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this rating agency they have alot quote they mean a lot official organization the company like any other but what they say carry a lot of weigh
yeah i mean they face a lot of criticism of high potential crisis for not at spotting the risk in the system before everything went wrong and since then they ve been criticise for saying just this time could bad thing and that you know create a new fear within the system does says their job is to alert investor as to the critic xxx of people that there they are landing too what they saying about is twelve UK bank is that not so much at any greater risk now of going under than they .. well yesterday before this issue is warnning a last week or 2 weeks ago what they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less slightly stand behind the xxx they do get into trouble and thats why they visual this down grade they perhap seem a slightly hood perhaps that if it is small bank were get into trouble look like what was going under
the goverment would not step ban in the same way did for the northern rock for xxxx the crisis xxx rescue xxx in another fewer and private investor or bonds holder somebody who lend the money to these bank if just go under transit are disgrade transit you can lose your money
and practically if you got some xxx share and then the sense we all have could xxx tax payer in 70% in xxxx is xxx for the tax payer what different is the down grade mean i would make it difference xx practically
obvious we seem xxx share drop on photo this news not to say wont pick up again in the weeks comes overall i think what i mean xxx is may find this slightly more difficult potential more expensive to get funding the funding it need to continue operating as normal bank get you loan to all of us thats say look at the development yesterday from the bank of england quantitive of vising one of the aim is that is not only to inject more money to system to bring down the cost of borrowing overall so benefit xxx and young i dont think we can say that the down grade today mean we gonna to pay more for our loan in a very near future but all fit into a xxxx very complicated mixture complicated xxx to get the bank out of the bad situation that they now in .
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[Homework]2011-10-29 英国银行被降级


These ratings agencies, they have a lot clout out there, I mean they're not official organizations, or companies like any others, but what they say carrys a lot of weight.

Yeah, I mean they face a lot criticism behind the fincancial crisis for not spotting the risks in the systems before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticized for saying just these type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That's said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people about their lending too. And what they are saying now about these 12 UK banks is that they are not so much  at any greater risk now of going under than they were well yesterday before they issue this morning or last week or two weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind them and if they do get into trouble, and that's why they've issued this downgrade, they've perhaps seen an unlikelyhood, perhaps that  if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in, in the same way as they did for Nothern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, at the height of crisis, and rescue them, And if you are a private master or a bond holder, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it dose go under, chances are , there is greater chance now, you gonna lose your money.

And pratically, if you've got some RBS shares, and in a sence we all have 'cause we are tax payers and 70% of RBS all from tax payer. What difference is this downgrade mean? And would this make any difference at all practically?

And, well, obviously,we've seen RBS shares drop on fold of this news. It's not to say that they won't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall, I think what it means for RBS is that it may find its lending more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding it needs to continue operating as normal banks they should loan to all of us. That's sad, I mean, look at the development yesterday, from the Bank of England, quantative easing, one of the aims is that not only to inject more money into the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall, so, it's a bit of *, I don't think that we can say that the downgrade today means that we are gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits into our feed, into a very complicated mixture, and a complicated recipe, to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.









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        These ratings agencies, they have lot of claim, don't they? I mean they are not official organizations, they are companies like the other, but what they say carries a little weight?
        Yeah, I mean they face a lot of criticism behind the financial crisis for not say spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticized for seeing just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That’s said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people that they are lending to. What they are saying about these 12 UK banks is that there are not so much as any greater risk now of going under than they were, well, yesterday before this issue warning or last week or 2 weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble. And that's why they've issued this downgrade. They've perhaps seen a likely hurt, perhaps that if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way it did for Northern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, the high to the crisis and rescued them. Another fewer private investors or bond holders, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it does go under, chances are, there are greater chances that you are going to lose your money.
        And practically, if you got some RBS shares and in a sense we all have, because we are tax payers and 77% of RBS shares are owned by tax payer. What difference is this downgrade mean? What does it make any difference at all practically?
        Obviously we've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news. It's not to say they wouldn't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall I think what means for RBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding. The funding it needs to continue operating as normal bank that should loans to all of us. That's said, I mean, you look the development yesterday from the Bank of England, Quantitative Easing. One of the engines is that not only to inject more money to the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall. So the bit of ying and yang, I don't think we can say that the downgrade today means we are going to pay more for our loans in the vey near future, but all fits in to a very complicated mixture and a complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.
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本帖最后由 latonars 于 2011-10-29 23:59 编辑

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These ratings agencies, they have a lot of clout, don't they? I mean they're not official organizations or companies like any other\, but what they say carries a lot of weight.

Yeah, I mean they face a lot criticism at the hight of the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system\ before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticized for saying just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That's said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people that they're lending to. And what they are saying now about these 12 UK banks is that they are not so much  at any greater risk now of going under than they were well yesterday before they issued this warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind them \ if they do get into trouble, and that's why they've issued this downgrade. They've perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that  if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in, in the same way as it did for Northern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, at the height of crisis, and rescue them. And if you are a private investor or a bond holder, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it dose go under, chances are , there is a greater chance now, you can lose your money.

And practically, if you've got some RBS shares, and in a sense we all have 'cause we are taxpayers and 70% of RBS is owned by the taxpayer. What difference does this downgrade mean? And would this make any difference at all practically?

And, well, obviously, we've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news. It's not to say \ they won't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall, I think what it means for RBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding it needs to continue operating as a normal bank\. It should loan to all of us. That's said, I mean, you look at the development yesterday, from the Bank of England, quantitative easing, one of the aims is that it's not only to inject more money into the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall, so, it's a bit of yin & yang(阴阳). I don't think \ we can say that the downgrade today means that we are gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits into our feeds, into a very complicated mixture, and a complicated recipe, to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.                                                   





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[Homework]2011-10-29 英国银行被降级

This rating agencies, they have a lot of clot out there , I mean they’re not official organizations, their companies are like the others. But what they say carries a lot of weight.

Yeah. I mean they face a lot of criticism behind the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they’ve been criticized for the same, just this type of bad things, and that you know, creating new fear within the system. That’s said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people out there, their lending too. And what they’re saying now both these 12 UK banks is that there are not so much at any greater risks now of going underway than they were, well yesterday before this issue was warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they’re saying is they now see the UK government is less likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble, and that’s why they wish this downgrade. They’ve perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that if a small bank were to get to this trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way it did for (        ), the height to the crisis and rescue them, and the fewer a private investor or a bond holder somebody who lends money to these banks, if it just go under, chances are, the great chances you will gonna lose your money.

Practically, if you've got some RBS shares, and the sense we all have, coz we’re tax payers, and 70% devote to his own tax pay, what differences is this downgrade mean? I mean does this make any difference all practically?

And, well, as we’ve all seen, RBS shares drop on fold of this news, it’s not saying they won’t pick up again in the weeks to come. Over all the things, what I mean for RBS shares is that they may find this slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding needs to continue operating as normal bank it should loan for all of us. That’s said I mean, you look at the development yesterday from the bank of England quantative easing, one of the aims is that not only inject more money to the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing over all. So a bit of in and on, I don’t think we can say that the downgrade today means we will gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits in to our feet into a very complicated mixture and a complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation that they’re now in.

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This rating agencies, they have a lot of clot out there , I mean they’re not official organizations, their companies are like the others. But what they say carries a lot of weight.

Yeah. I mean they face a lot of criticism behind the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they’ve been criticized for the same, just this type of bad things, and that you know, creating new fear within the system. That’s said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people out there, their lending too. And what they’re saying now both these 12 UK banks is that there are not so much at any greater risks now of going underway than they were, well yesterday before this issue was warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they’re saying is they now see the UK government is less likely to stand behind them if they do get into trouble, and that’s why they wish this downgrade. They’ve perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that if a small bank were to get to this trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way it did for (        ), the height to the crisis and rescue them, and the fewer a private investor or a bond holder somebody who lends money to these banks, if it just go under, chances are, the great chances you will gonna lose your money.

Practically, if you've got some RBS shares, and the sense we all have, coz we’re tax payers, and 70% devote to his own tax pay, what differences is this downgrade mean? I mean does this make any difference all practically?

And, well, as we’ve all seen, RBS shares drop on fold of this news, it’s not saying they won’t pick up again in the weeks to come. Over all the things, what I mean for RBS shares is that they may find this slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding needs to continue operating as normal bank it should loan for all of us. That’s said I mean, you look at the development yesterday from the bank of England quantative easing, one of the aims is that not only inject more money to the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing over all. So a bit of in and on, I don’t think we can say that the downgrade today means we will gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits in to our feet into a very complicated mixture and a complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation that they’re now in.
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These ratings agencies, they have a lot of clout, don't they? I mean they're not official organizations or companies like any other\, but what they say carries a lot of weight.

Yeah, I mean they face a lot criticism at the hight of the financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system\ before everything went wrong. And since then, they've been criticized for saying just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That's said their job is to alert investors as to the credit worthiness of people that they're lending to. And what they are saying now about these 12 UK banks is that they are not so much  at any greater risk now of going under than they were well yesterday before they issued this warning or last week or two weeks ago. What they are saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind them \ if they do get into trouble, and that's why they've issued this downgrade. They've perhaps seen a likelihood, perhaps that  if a small bank were to get into trouble, look like it was going under, the government would not step in, in the same way as it did for Northern Rock, for Bradford & Bingley, at the height of crisis, and rescue them. And if you are a private investor or a bond holder, somebody who lends money to these banks, if it dose go under, chances are , there is a greater chance now, you can lose your money.

And practically, if you've got some RBS shares, and in a sense we all have 'cause we are taxpayers and 70% of RBS is owned by the taxpayer. What difference does this downgrade mean? And would this make any difference at all practically?

And, well, obviously, we've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news. It's not to say \ they won't pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall, I think what it means for RBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding it needs to continue operating as a normal bank\. It should loan to all of us. That's said, I mean, you look at the development yesterday, from the Bank of England, quantitative easing, one of the aims is that it's not only to inject more money into the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall, so, it's a bit of yin & yang(阴阳). I don't think \ we can say that the downgrade today means that we are gonna be paying more for our loans in the very near future, but it all fits into our feeds, into a very complicated mixture, and a complicated recipe, to get the banks out of the bad situation that they are now in.
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This rating agency, they have a lot of clients, they have a lot of official organizations, the company is like any other. But what they say carries a lot of weight.

Yeah, I mean, they face a lot of criticism at the height of financial crisis for not spotting the risks in the system before everything went wrong. And since then, they have been criticized for * just this type of bad things, and you know, creating new fear within the system. That’s to say that their job is to allow investors as to the * of people that they are lending too. What they are saying *both these twelve UK banks. It’s not so much at any greater risk now of going under than they were, well, yesterday before they issued this warning, or last week or two weeks ago. Well, their saying is they now see that the UK government is less likely to stand behind the mistake. They do get into trouble. And that’s why they * this downgrade, they are perhaps seeing a likelihood, perhaps that if it’s a small bank * get the trouble, look like what’s going under. The government would not step in in the same way as they did for *at the height of crisis at the risk of them . If a few private investors bund holders somebody who lends money to these banks, if it does go under, the chances are, the great chance is you are gonna lose your money.

Unpractically, if you got some * share, and the sense we all have, because we *tax payer *70% taxpayer * what difference does this downgrade mean, what does that make a difference umpractically?

Well, other things we’ve seen **a job on photo this news. It’s not to say that they won’t pick up again in the weeks to come. Overall I think what I mean for IBS is that it may find it slightly more difficult, potentially more expensive to get funding, the funding they need to continue operating at the normal banks that issue loans to all of us. That’s said, you look at the development yesterday from the bank of England, the quantitative easing, one of the aims that is not only to inject more money into the system, but to bring down the cost of borrowing overall. So it’s a bit of Yin and Yang, I don’t think we can say that the downgrade today means we are gonna be paying more for our loans in a very near future, but all fits in to * into the very complicated mixture, and complicated recipe to get the banks out of the * situation that they are now in.
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These rating engency they have a lot of cloud out there, i mean they are not official orgnizations or companis like any others , they say , carriys a lot of weight

Yeah, I mean they face lot of criticism behind the finacial crisis for not supporting,it is risk system  before everything went wrong, and since then,they have been criticized for saying just these type the bad thing, and you creat new
fear in the system, that said the job is to lean the investors as to credit worthiness of people work it such people  ,what are they saying? this is trial UK banks,it is not so much at greater risker now, going under ,Oh,well, yesterday before  was warning last week two weeks ago.what are they saying?Now see not UK government is less likely stand behind ,they do get into trouble. that is why they have issued this downgrade, they have Perhaps seen an unlikelyhood,perhaps such samll bank get into trouble, look credical with going under, the government will not step in the same wayss did for ***  ahead in the crisis keep other favor.Prevate investor or band holder,somebody who lends money to these banks.it does wonder change are ,great chance now,you gonna lose your money.

In praticuly,if you got some RBM shares and in sence we all have *we are tax payer  ,the diffirence is downgrede to me,what make it diffirent praticully.

And well obviously we have seen seem at job on fort this news,it is not pick it again.in the weeks to come,Over all the things, may for RBS is that it may find this is difficult potentially more expensive to get funding.the funding need to continue operating as normal banks  they should loan to all of us,that is sad,I mean,look at to develpment today. from the bank of england,quantitive easing,one of the aims is that not only inject more money into system,but to bring down the cost borrowing overall , i do not we can say, the downgrade today means that we are gonna be pay for more our loan in the very near future , but all fight into complicate mixture ,complicate riskty to get the bank out of bad situation that they
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This rating agency they had a lot of ?? they're mean not offcial organization their companies like the any others what they say carries a little weight.
  Yeah,  I mean they face a lot of criticism behind the financial crisis for not said spoofing the risk in system before everything went wrong and since then they have been criticised for saying just these kind of bad things and they're creating new fear within the system that's it their job is to alert investor as to the credit worthiness of people out there they're lending too. what they're saying both these twelve UK banks is that they're not so much at any greater risks now of going under than they were well yesterday before this warning last week or two weeks ago,what they saying is now see that the UK goverment is less likely to stand behind them and they do getted into trouble and that's why they've issue this downgrade. They've perhapse seen a likel hurt perhaps that if a small bank would get into trouble look like it was going under, the government would not step in as the same way did for a ???? the high to the crisis and rescure them, another fewer a private investers or a bond holders somebody who lends money to these banks if just go under chances are there're great chances you are going to lose money.
Pratically, if you got some RBS shares and in a sense we all have cause tax payer ?? tax pay?? what difference is these downgrades mean I mean would just make any differences all pratically ?
well as what you've seen RBS shares drop on foot of this news it's not to say they want pick up again in the weeks come, over what I think what I mean for RBS may find this more difficult potentially more expencive to get funding the funding at needs to continue operating as ??? banks should loan to all of us. that's said you look at development just yesterday from the bank of England quantitive easing one of the aim is not only to ject more money to the system but to bring down the causal browing overrall ??? I don't think we could say the downgrade today means we gonna paying more for our loan in a very near furture but it all fits into a feet into a very complicated mixture and a very complicated recipe to get the banks out of the bad situation are now in.

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