What would a disorderly bank collapse in Spain and Italy have done?
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Spain’s sixth largest bank “itself cannot at this point make a rough calculation” of what its value is, “and if they can’t, neither can we.”
Spain’s 6th largest bank: “We have liquidity until the end of the year.”
After it collapsed, Banco Popular was discovered to have 55,000 complaints against it.
Many Banco Popular investors wiped out. Taxpayers off the hook. What it means for Italy.
The shares of Banco Popular got crushed.
Just how much lower can they go? To Zero. And the ECB’s negative interest rates are driving them closer to it.
Spain’s Big Five banks (already down from the Big Six) could soon be four.
Just when European banks need to inspire confidence more than ever.
Well, that didn’t take long. Whatever happened to Eurozone’s new bail-in rule?