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  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

  • Some of the funds I use are (via bloomberg) bmerliq: mm, hsbc/d2: mm and st&er1pb: mm the first 2 being 100% GOV and the 3rd from santander is about 70%gov and 30% corp dept.

    Mexican pesos bonds

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  • Then there's my friend Alexander

    Who likes to hang out in Santander

    He likes to play ninja

    With some butter and ginger

    A donut, a mule, and a gander

    November 4, 2009