Thain Denies Merrill Needs To Raise More Capital

  • 08 Apr 2008
John Thain, ceo at Merrill Lynch, denied that the bank would need to raise more capital but said that write-downs would likely continue to affect its balance sheet, reports CNN.com. “We deliberately raised more capital than we lost... (but) the shrinkage of our balance sheet will continue,” said ...

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