European Banks Pay to Lend Cash in Credit-Crunch ReversalLukanyo Mnyanda
Six years ago, euro-area banks were unwilling to lend to their peers because they didn’t trust them to stay in business long enough to return the cash. Now, for the first time, they are prepared to pay for the privilege for a month.
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