Daily Archives: November 5, 2013

The ECB’s recent announcement that it will start a comprehensive assessment of the eurozone banking system is good news. It will provide a uniform evaluation of 130 credit institutions, which should contribute to reducing the uncertainty about the overall health of the eurozone financial system and thus reduce its fragmentation. Continue reading »

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