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http://www.moneyweek.com/file/41437/credit...iest-banks.html

Worst CDS Ratings:

1. Kaupthing 833.3

2. Kazkommerts 766.7

3. Glitnir Bank 757.5

4. IKB 612.4

5. Landsbanki 604.6

6. Banca Italease 397.0

7. VTB Bank 332.5

8. Anglo Irish Bank 322.7

9. HBOS 236.7

10. Sberbank 221.3

11. West LB 212.5

12. UBS 209.0

13. Natixis 205.0

14. Bank of Ireland 202.5

15. Allied Irish Banks 195.8

16. Dexia 195.0

17. RBS 191.7

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Worst CDS Ratings:

1. Kaupthing 833.3

2. Kazkommerts 766.7

3. Glitnir Bank 757.5

4. IKB 612.4

5. Landsbanki 604.6

6. Banca Italease 397.0

7. VTB Bank 332.5

8. Anglo Irish Bank 322.7

9. HBOS 236.7

10. Sberbank 221.3

11. West LB 212.5

12. UBS 209.0

13. Natixis 205.0

14. Bank of Ireland 202.5

15. Allied Irish Banks 195.8

16. Dexia 195.0

17. RBS 191.7

I work for the bottom one, albeit as an IT contractor...

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Worst CDS Ratings:

1. Kaupthing 833.3

2. Kazkommerts 766.7

3. Glitnir Bank 757.5

4. IKB 612.4

5. Landsbanki 604.6

6. Banca Italease 397.0

7. VTB Bank 332.5

8. Anglo Irish Bank 322.7

9. HBOS 236.7

10. Sberbank 221.3

11. West LB 212.5

12. UBS 209.0

13. Natixis 205.0

14. Bank of Ireland 202.5

15. Allied Irish Banks 195.8

16. Dexia 195.0

17. RBS 191.7

Interesting to see HBOS so high up the league...no wonder they are paying over 9% on their latest money! Ouch

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Interesting to see HBOS so high up the league...no wonder they are paying over 9% on their latest money! Ouch

Strange says he, clutching at straws:

Strategically we like HBOS (Target price 1007p) which has a 44% average LTV on its predominantly prime mortgage book, the strongest liabilities franchise of any UK Bank and is being valued at just 1.1x book.

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http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...p;#entry1017839

It seems quite difficult to amalgamate all this information coherently,

Peter.

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