Spanish Banks Have $41 Billion of ‘Unsellable’ Real EstateSharon Smyth
Spanish banks, under pressure to cut property-backed debt, hold about 30 billion euros ($41 billion) of real estate that’s “unsellable,” according to a risk adviser to Banco Santander SA and five other lenders.
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