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One year on: outlook for Portuguese banks is bleaker than ever

Portuguese banks, with Eu13bn of bonds maturing in 2011, are fast approaching the first anniversary since any of their number last sold a benchmark bond, causing consternation among bankers and putting the spotlight on the European Central Bank ahead of a potential tightening in its provision of liquidity.

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