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Wednesday, November 27, 2013
while some structural issues with leveraged super senior
tranches might have been addressed, investors still need to
find the deal attractive, and some have raised questions over
looked at the deal but according to our calculations it should
be paying around 5.5%, rather than the 3.5% they are
offering, says one fund manager. For me its a
bit too expensive, and it seems that Citi are looking to get a
cheap hedge and hoping some investors go for
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