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# If the market considers that the default probability for a bank has increased, what

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Problem 9.7

If the market considers that the default probability for a bank has increased, what happens to its DVA? What happens to the income it reports?

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California laws, in general, are broader than federal laws, and offer more protections against discrimination, harassment and unfair treatment compared to most other states. This is a good state in which to work from the perspective of workers' rights. In California, we also have laws about overtime and about meal and rest breaks. Although all states have overtime regulations, California requires employers to pay overtime (1.5 times hourly rate) if an hourly worker works EITHER more than 8 hours in a day OR 40 hours in a week--whichever yields overtime pay. In California, we also have requirements for meal and rest breaks. If you work 4 continuous hours, you get a 10-minute uninterrupted paid rest break. If you work 8 hours, you get two 10-minute uninterrupted paid rest breaks. If you wor

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If the market considers that the default probability for a bank has increased, what