Commodity experts at Standard Chartered are saying that the path of least resistance for oil prices at this point is higher, not lower
HONG KONG (Reuters) -Standard Chartered Chief Executive Bill Winters said on Friday Credit Suisse AG's $17 billion Additional Tier 1 bonds wipeout had "profound" implications for global bank regulations. Winters told a financial forum in Hong Kong the U.S. Federal Reserve move to guarantee non-insured deposits was a "moral hazard". As part of the deal for UBS Group AG to take over Credit Suisse, the Swiss regulator determined that Credit Suisse's AT1 bonds with a notional value of $17 billion would be wiped out, a decision that stunned global credit markets and angered many holders.
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