Greek Default Spells ‘Havoc’ for Banks a Year After BailoutAaron Kirchfeld and Elena Logutenkova
A year after European officials bailed out Greece, investors say the region’s banks haven’t raised sufficient capital or cut loans enough to withstand the contagion that may follow a default.
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