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21 hours ago, crazypabs said:


So if defaults trigger something is this significant and is this good or bad for financial businesses?

It's a bad sign I would say. Didn't something similar occur with Santander?


I think Suncorp are still planning on paying out on all bonds at the moment but the mortgage defaults have triggered a prioritisation of payouts to upper class bonds over class B ones. May be worth keeping an eye on in case things deteriorate more.

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