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the possibility of loss if a borrower defaults on a loan.
a borrower regarded as likely to default on a loan.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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And because they don't pay their bills when they are in space they're a bad
so don't loan them any money.
But the central bank is taking on a lot of
These sat uncomfortably between market and
On the contrary, they have a strong record as benchmarks of
The ratings agencies have demonstrated they have no great expertise on evaluating
The dichotomy illustrates how
has emerged in government bond markets this year.
decisions will help a bank operate profitably.
is the primary financial risk in the banking system and exists in virtually all income-producing activities.
In addition to
, settlement risk often includes elements of liquidity risk.
The inspections also identified numerous weaknesses in the manner by which broker-dealers manage
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