The Italian government's plan for €200 billion of sofferenza ("bad loans") on banks' balance sheets allows banks to use securitisation to help clean-up their balance sheets and stimulate credit growth, says Moody's Investors Service.
The sell-off in risky assets has continued over the past month and the move into safe fixed income assets such as US treasuries and Bunds has intensified and the outright 10Y yield level in, for example, Germany has fallen to a level not seen since April 2015.
The markets entered 2016 on a pessimistic note. Their mood has deteriorated further. Alongside well known uncertainties (oil, China, Fed), concerns have now emerged that the banking and financial sector will suffer a wave of defaults (by companies or even oil states), leading it to stem the flow of credit to the economy. Economic growth, already....
Monaco Growth Announces Investor Conference in Monaco for July 24th – 26th
Regulierung – seit der Finanzkrise prägt der Ruf nach mehr Kontrolle das Banking: Wegen regulator
Die Fonds-Konferenz der SKSF ist eine wichtige, branchenspezifische Plattform für Wissens- und Erfa
2 evenings to find out about the latest from the digital industry & 2 days to find ideas and to crea
ICDA will return this year to its alpine home for the 38th Bürgenstock Meeting.
Updates and news from MarketPlus
|SMI® PR||9015.57||-0,13 %|
|LYXOR DAX INAV||118.34||-0,41 %|
|FTSE MIB Index||21325.83||-0,53 %|
|FTSE 100||7486.05||-0,02 %|
|CAC 40||5175.22||-0,46 %|
|S&P 500||2473.45||-0,02 %|
|NASDAQ Composite||6390.0020||0,08 %|
|HANG SENG INDEX||26706.09||-0,13 %|
|Powered by Yahoo Finance|