Morgan Stanley Seen Risky as Italian Banks in Swaps MarketChristine Harper and Shannon D. Harrington
Morgan Stanley, which owns the world’s largest retail brokerage, is being priced in the credit-default swaps market as less creditworthy than most U.S., U.K. and French banks and as risky as Italy’s biggest lenders.
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