Etiquetas: banca* + crisis* + españa*

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  1. La crisis del Banco Popular ha sido la primera oportunidad para que el mecanismo europeo de resolución bancaria demostrara su utilidad y ha fallado estrepitosamente
    https://www.cuartopoder.es/ideas/2017...s-bancaria-incompetencia-y-oligarquia
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  2. La retirada de fondos llegó en marzo a 66.200 millones, casi el doble que el anterior máximo El mercado interbancario y el dinero extranjero centran el saldo negativo En nueve meses, han salido 200.000 millones en recursos financieros de la economía española El déficit exterior baja casi un 12% en el primer trimestre
    http://economia.elpais.com/economia/2.../31/actualidad/1338455437_610619.html
    Tags: , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-06-04)
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  3. Otra curva de Laffer que no es la más famosa (impuestos/recaudación) y que viene a decir que cuando tu credibilidad empieza a bajar es muy probable que llegues a un punto en el que te castiguen de forma aparentemente irracional.
    http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2012/...in-bankia-and-the-credibility-problem
    Tags: , , , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-30)
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  4. But, who recapitalises the banks is a huge issue. Given the likelihood that there are still a lot of losses that have not yet been recognised, a capital injection into the Spanish banks directly from the EFSF/ESM would be a boon for Spanish taxpayers. Future losses would be absorbed by the area wide taxpayer.
    http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2012/...-long-climb-to-the-liquidity-hospital
    Tags: , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-30)
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  5. It should be remembered that it was only two weeks ago that the Spanish finance minister, Luis de Guindos, said that €15bn was all that would be needed to shore up the entire banking system. Given the state of Spanish government finances you would wonder exactly where the Spanish government is expected to find this additional €19 billion. How about a reverse LTRO?
    http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2012/05/spain-needs-a-bailout-now
    Tags: , , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-28)
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  6. Santander UK, the British arm of Spain’s biggest bank by market value, has been forced to stress its independence from its parent, amid heightened nervousness about the vulnerability of the Spanish economy.
    http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/dbf24e...-9cc8-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1uvIw85On
    Tags: , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-16)
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  7. A country like Spain or Italy could conceivably enter a financing programme pre-emptively, taking it off the markets before turbulence from a Greek exit struck. But that would simply raise questions about how much ammunition Europe had left to cope with another country in distress. That leaves the banks. Another burst of liquidity for the banks, an LTRO 3, would provide Spanish and Italian banks with the funds to keep on buying up sovereign bonds. But the cost, for Spain in particular, would be a further deepening of the ties between banks and sovereigns. A better answer for Spain, especially at a time when lenders would be facing more losses on their remaining Greek exposures, would be for Europe to provide substantial funds to recapitalise weak lenders. It would be best if that could be done directly via the block’s rescue funds, so that money did not have to funnelled via governments, thereby raising the spectre of subordination for existing sovereign creditors. The problem is that direct recapitalisation is not currently allowed. If policymakers could rouse themselves to sort that out, they might also consider allowing the rescue funds to act as deposit-guarantee funds, helping to persuade depositors in vulnerable countries to keep their money at home.
    http://www.economist.com/blogs/freeex...012/05/euro-zone-contagion?fsrc=gn_ep
    Tags: , , , , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-11)
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  8. ¿Cuánto tiempo más seguirá el gobierno español recurriendo a evasivas en lugar de asegurarse de que los bancos tienen todo el capital que necesitan? Pues probablemente no mucho tiempo, porque a causa de su falta de capital los bancos españoles cada vez conceden menos préstamos y eso está dañando a la economía. Con base en los resultados publicados por los siete bancos españoles que cotizan en bolsa, el banco de inversión Morgan Stanley calcula que el flujo del crédito se está contrayendo en España a un ritmo anual de alrededor del 8%.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/mundo/noticias/2...cionalizacion_bancos_irlanda_fp.shtml
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-10)
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  9. Los bancos deberían cubrirse con 5 veces lo estimado y el deficit crecer este año un 50% para cubrir los rescates.
    http://www.bloomberg.com/video/92379479
    Tags: , , por David de Ugarte (2012-05-10)
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