S&P Puts European Banks’ Capital Tab At €250 Bln

S&P Puts European Banks’ Capital Tab At €250 Bln Standard & Poor’s estimates the European banking systems would need up to €250 billion ($355.28 billion) of new capital in a scenario of sharp increases in yields and severe economic contraction.

  • 23 Mar 2011
Standard & Poor’s estimates the European banking systems would need up to €250 billion ($355.28 billion) of new capital in a scenario of sharp increases in yields and severe economic contraction. S&P sampled 99 institutions, which represent 70% of the European banking sector, and placed them in three ...

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