Stress tests cast a shadow over FIG

With most banks in blackout ahead of publishing second quarter results, the market has been consumed by rumour and speculation around the European bank stress tests which are due after market close on Friday. EuroWeek on Friday surveys market opinions on how much capital banks will need to raise after the results, and what their options are.

  • 21 Jul 2010

Katie Llanos-Small, +44 20 7779 7316

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