Asian loan hopes crushed as Q3 proves a dud

“Things can only get better.” That was something of a catchphrase for Asian loans bankers in the first half, when they reflected on a big drop in volumes. But even that mild optimism was misplaced — in the third quarter, things only got worse.

  • 01 Oct 2012
The official numbers will not be available until later this week, but at the end of Friday the figures did not look good. The amount of euro, dollar or yen deals closed in Asia was only $12.47bn, down almost 70% over the same period in the previous quarter, ...

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3 Lloyds Bank 5,761 18 8.38
4 Citi 5,606 15 8.15
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