Barclays Borrows From ECB For First Time

Barclays borrowed EUR8.2 billion ($10.82 billion) from the European Central Bank through its long-term refinancing operation, the first time the U.K. bank did so after passing up the initial round in December.

  • 02 Mar 2012

Barclays borrowed EUR8.2 billion ($10.82 billion) from the European Central Bank through its long-term refinancing operation, the first time the U.K. bank did so after passing up the initial round in December.

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