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JPMorgan, Goldman and BofA have become more cautious over loans, say executives and bankers?
Investors have sensibly decided to avoid European financials?
Lenders’ borrowing costs stretch away from the European Central Bank benchmark
Swiss bank’s CFO warns it is entering ‘worst economic crisis the world has seen since 1920s’
Swiss bank benefits from rules to ease coronavirus impact on lenders but sees assets under management fall
New regulations aim to limit impact of expected wave of ratings downgrades
Italian lender's move to add to provisions reflects problems ahead
Italian bank estimates eurozone GDP will shrink 13% this year
Slowdown could prompt central bank to increase efforts to support the country’s bonds
Brussels opposes idea despite fears the pandemic will trigger new NPL surge
It is hard to overstate the turn to Euroscepticism. It will not go away when lockdown ends
Emmanuel Macron is right that without solidarity the single currency could fail????
Settlement house delays payout and project to let small shareholders cash out
Spanish lender offers money transfers free for two months to draw in customers
Single currency area’s debt-to-GDP ratio nears 100 per cent as borrowing swells?
Betting against many large Italian companies is a poor way to bet against the Italian economy
Solution to ‘too-big-to-fail’ banks looks likely to flunk its first big test?
What if Italy cannot service its debt and a future government is tempted to default?
Even if revenues are boosted temporarily, the overall impact on private banking will be disruptive
Accord on emergency package leaves longer-term questions on burden sharing for recovery unresolved
Lender’s Australian subsidiary tells regulator it may have under-reported transactions
The Bank for International Settlements thinks Europe’s banks missed a trick doling out dividends post-2008. This time around, it seems to have won the argument.?
German banks were the least profitable with negligible returns last year
Moves by central banks around the world designed to add $5tn in extra credit for the real economy
Move reflects German government’s frustration with lacklustre performance at struggling lender