(Bloomberg Gadfly) -- It's shaping up to be one of the biggest data breaches in European banking, but investors are strangely unmoved. They shouldn't be complacent.

Italy's UniCredit SpA said on Wednesday that the personal details of 400,000 borrowers had been compromised. The market kind of shrugged, pushing the shares down less than 1.5 percent by mid-morning.

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