European Banks Boost Capital By EUR200 Bln

European banks have boosted their capital levels by an aggregate EUR200 billion ($258.13 billion), with 27 banks having strengthened their capital position by EUR116bn ($149.7 billion), according to a new report by the European Banking Authority.

  • 03 Oct 2012

European banks have boosted their capital levels by an aggregate EUR200 billion ($258.13 billion), with 27 banks having strengthened their capital position by EUR116bn ($149.7 billion), according to a new report by the European Banking Authority.

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