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CONTINUES THE FOLDING OF EUROPEAN DEBT MARKET IN FIRST QUARTER


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The debt market in Europe has continued to shrink in the first quarter of 2011, according to a report of a reinvestigation of CB Richard Ellis. Margins declined in both markets in the region and the core (Germany, France), mainly due to expectations of interest rate increases by the ECB.
Lack of confidence, the continued restructuring and withdrawals from the international business and the upcoming arrangements under the Basel III suggest that the restriction of credit activity and pressure on margins of banks will continue in 2011.

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