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What is a 'hair cut' for a financial trader?

A 'haircut' is a loss in the value of a security: see here for an example.The term is currently in the news as bond holders face having to write-off a large percentage of the money owed by the Greek government.

Looks like the European banks are going to be wearing their hair very short this year!

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