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​ANALYSIS: The implications of Air Berlin's bond-price plunge

Air Berlin's insolvency filing after minority shareholder Etihad Airways elected to stop funding the German carrier has caused its bonds to crash in secondary trading as investors scramble to offload the potentially bad paper.

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