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Laura Keller

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New York, NY
Wall Street Reporter — Bloomberg News
As seen in: Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Globe and Mail, Seattle Times, Sydney Morning Herald, Business Standard and 138 more
Covers:  high yield debt, syndicated loans, bankruptcy and debt relief, risky companies; distressed debt; corporate finance; private loans; syndicated debt;, alternative investment, cds, credit default swaps, business bankruptcy, bankruptcy, public companies, corporate finance, private companies, corporate bonds, restructuring, corporate debt, corporate restructuring, debt restructuring, distressed debt, distressed high yield, private loans
Doesn't Cover: equity

Wall Street reporter at @business (@BloombergNews). Contributor @BloombergTV. $BAC $WFC $JEF. Former @Columbia, @USC & #distresseddebt news breaker. Views—mine.

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@LauraJKeller — 3,414 followers, 4,440 tweets

Jun 22, 2017

@TradeTexasBig I think they think it's not good to have that much info out there. Not the purpose of the test

Jun 22, 2017

@TradeTexasBig In other words, if the Fed showed exactly how much total $BAC C&I loan it counted. Some categories u could figure out but not all

Jun 22, 2017

@TradeTexasBig Ratios yes but seeing for ex: $BAC with $12bn C&I loss vs $JPM's $16bn, if it were % of total, you could see which bank is stronger

Jun 22, 2017

I wish Fed characterized bank stress test results in percentage terms. Then one could compare strength of banks per loan asset type

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Why did you become a journalist?

to make things transparent and put analysis work into easy words

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