Lenders Make Bank Borrowing Tougher

27 May 2010

Lenders are imposing tougher borrowing standards on European banks over sovereign-debt concerns and as investors have become queasier about credit risk.

Lenders are imposing tougher borrowing standards on European banks over sovereign-debt concerns and as investors have become queasier about credit risk. European banks are paying interest-rates for three-month commercial paper that is three to four times greater than usual, with investors reportedly unwilling to lend for more than ...

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