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25. september 2012

Tyske banker hængt meget op i forvejen på Spanien


Excerpt from: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390443890304578008534178895560.html?mod=djemITPE_h

“BY LAURA STEVENS AND EYK HENNING

FRANKFURT—As Europe races to restore confidence in Spain’s finances and the euro, Germany has another reason for urgency in resolving the crisis: the health of its own banks.

German lenders have the highest exposure in Europe to Spain, at $139.9 billion, of which $45.9 billion alone is exposure to banks, according to the Bank for International Settlements.

European countries agreed to extend to Spain a €100 billion ($130 billion) aid package for its ailing banks this summer, but concern is growing that Spain might need a more comprehensive rescue package to shore up its public finances. A key test of …”

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