Some banks might be skittish about selling nonperforming assets in bulk, but the market clearly likes it when banks shed problems en masse.

In banking, the sale of nonperforming assets is much like debating religion. Some bankers' ideology calls for long workouts to maximize a recovery and to squeeze as much as possible from borrowers.

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