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Now you know better than that, I said

posted by Stephen Lubben

Over on Dealbook, I look at a fight between Lehman and Deutsche Bank regarding classification of a claim Deutsche Bank bought from Lehman's German estate, and then partially sold to some hedge funds. The stakes are only four or five cents on the dollar -- on a claim of several billion dollars.

BTW, I'm now writing on Dealbook as the "In Debt" columnist, with all my past columns available under that link. But you can also find them all right here on Credit Slips -- and you only get the interesting titles over here.


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