European Banks’ Assets In U.S. Shrink By One-Third

European banks’ assets in the U.S. have shrunk by more than one-third in the past five years—from a peak $1.51 billion in September 2007 to $540 billion—as a result of bank failures, asset write-downs and sales of loans and businesses.

  • 23 Jul 2012

European banks’ assets in the U.S. have shrunk by more than one-third in the past five years—from a peak $1.51 billion in September 2007 to $540 billion—as a result of bank failures, asset write-downs and sales of loans and businesses.

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