* VW and Lloyds deal to test investor nerve * Securitisation needed for economic recovery By Jane Merriman LONDON, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen and UK bank Lloyds on Wednesday tested investor appetite for asset-backed bonds with two deals that could resuscitate European securitisation markets shut for more than a year because of the credit crisis. A strong response could encourage more securitisations that could help ease the flow of money into the wider economy. Since ...
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