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Months after the financial meltdown, any vision of the future is still shrouded in a swirl of uncertainties. With even fundamental assumptions in doubt, many treasury professionals are trying to anticipate what’s coming next week, next month or possibly at the next renewal of a syndicated credit. “The historical norms are being tested,” observes Eric Kamback, CEO of Bank of New York Mellon Treasury Services.

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