ECB and EBA action may have limited CoCo contagion – BoI paper

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Stress on Deutsche Bank’s contingent convertible, or CoCo, bonds spread throughout Europe’s banking sector in 2016, a working paper published by the Bank of Italy says.

In Contagion in the CoCos market? A case study of two stress events, Pierluigi Bologna, Arianna Miglietta and Anatoli Segura look at two periods of instability involving Deutsche Bank’s CoCos in January and September 2016.

After Deutsche Bank announced potentially bad news, yields on its CoCos and senior bonds hit unprecedented

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