European banks need €114.7 billion to top up their capital reserves عجز المصارف الأوروبية

European banks are in need of cash and will have to find some €114.7 billion to top up their capital reserves, according to a stress test carried out on 71 banks by the European Banking Authority. Graphic shows capital amounts that banks need to raise by country. KEYWORDS: Current Affairs, Economy, Business, Finance, Europe, stress tests, core one capital, Basel 2.5 rules, capital shortfalls, deleveraging, profit retention, sovereign debt,

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