Bank stocks still in favor

Wood, Crispin
February 1998
BRW;02/02/98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p53
Trade Publication
Presents information on the risks and potential benefits of investing in bank stocks in Australia during the 1998 Asian financial crisis. Two of the largest banks, ANZ Banking Group and National Mutual having extensive business in the Asian region; Bad-debt cycle on the rise; Banking and insurance indexes hedging higher; NAB and Westpac trading a premiums; Bad-debt a concern for bank investors.


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