Articoli con tag : banks

Euro Stoxx Banks, addio al recupero in scia a Deutsche Bank. I certificati short a Milano

di Gianluigi Raimondi

Brusca correzione oggi per l’indice benchmark Euro Stoxx Banks dopo l’avvio da parte di Deutsche Bank del complesso piano di ristrutturazione aziendale con la dismessi investimenti a rischio per 74 miliardi di euro e il licenziamento di circa un quinto della forza lavoro dell’istit ...

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Italian Banking Sector, the Dagong’s Outlook

di Finanza Operativa

Dagong has published a commentary on Italian Banking Sector. Focus on asset quality: Asset quality has been the key challenge for Italian banks, due to a very large stock of non-performing loans (NPL) of EUR 324Bn as of 2Q17, that has not been managed as proactively as it has been the case in other ...

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Dagong Europe, Commentary on Recent Bank Resolution Cases in Europe

di Finanza Operativa

Dagong Europe has published a commentary with the title ‘Recent Cases of EU Banking Resolution – Liquidation, One Rule Does Not Fit All’. The application of the Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) has been tested in practice in the last weeks with two very different cases of banks ...

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First take on Italian bank bail-out

di Finanza Operativa

Di Anne Karina Asbjorn, Nomura It was announced Sunday that the Italian government has bailed out two more banks at a cost of up to €17bn. Intesa Sanpaolo will take over the “good” assets from Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca. The deal has been approved by the European Commis ...

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Dagong’s 2017 Credit Outlook for the Global Banking Industry

di Finanza Operativa

Dagong Global Credit Rating Group released Dagong’s 2017 Credit Outlook for the Global Banking Industry, forecasting the trend of credit risks in 2017 global banking industry under the environment of ultralow interest rate and the expansion of shadow banks. In 2017, the rise of global financia ...

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Default and Inflation

di Finanza Operativa

di Walter Snyder, Swiss Financial Consulting The sorry financial condition of many countries is worrying on several accounts. The ratio of national debt to GDP in the US is, for example, over 100%. Japan and Greece appear to be hopeless. Years of ZIRP and QE have resulted in the misallocation of cap ...

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