U.K. Banks Repay 80% Of Loans

British banks have repaid 80% of the £185 billion ($301.65 billion) in government loans they obtained during the financial crisis, according to the Bank of England.

  • 13 Jun 2011
British banks have repaid 80% of the £185 billion ($301.65 billion) in government loans they obtained during the financial crisis, according to the Bank of England. In its quarterly bulletin, the central bank noted that the repayments have been faster than originally scheduled, thanks to refinancing arranged by ...

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