State-Owned Spanish Banks Lose EUR42 Bln

01 May 2013

The four state-owned Spanish banks lost a combined EUR42 billion ($55.43 billion) in 2012, with Bankia posting the biggest losses at EUR19.2 billion ($25.34 billion).

The four state-owned Spanish banks lost a combined EUR42 billion ($55.43 billion) in 2012, with Bankia posting the biggest losses at EUR19.2 billion ($25.34 billion).

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