domingo, 10 de julho de 2016

Não eram apenas os bancos gregos....nem são apenas os bancos italianos....."Executivo-Chefe do Deutsche Bank, David Folkerts-Landau, pede um "multi-resgate" de 150 Bilhões de Euros para todo o sistema bancário europeu", por Zero Hedge

Não eram apenas os gregos....nem são apenas os bancos italianos....."Executivo-Chefe do Deutsche Bank, David Folkerts-Landau, pede um "multi-resgate" de 150 Bilhões de Euros para todo o sistema bancário europeu

Sim......o Executivo-Chefe do Deutsche Bank, o maior banco europeu, um dos maiores do mundo, e que vê as ações do banco despencarem nos últimos meses e semanas numa velocidade impressionante, está "assustado" com o quadro do sistema bancário europeu....

É o que está implícito, ou seria "explícito" mesmo ?...na matéria abaixo, crédito do site "Zero Hedge"

Vamos a parte dela...

Texto completo aqui: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-10/deutsche-banks-chief-economist-calls-€150-billion-bailout-european-banks

Deutsche Bank's Chief Economist Calls For €150 Billion Bailout Of European Banks

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by Tyler Durden
Jul 10, 2016 10:42 AM

The cards have been tipped, and it appears Italy's Prime Minister may have been right.
In the aftermath of Brexit, much of the investing public's attention has turned to Italian banks which are in desperate need of a bailout as a result of €360 billion in bad loans growing worse by the day (and not a bail-in, as European regulations mandate, as that would lead to an immediate bank run) to avoid a freeze and/or collapse of Italy's banking sector

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Today, we got the most definitive confirmation yet that the noose is tightening not only around Italy, but Germany itself (where as we reported on Thursday, Europe's Bank Crisis Arrives In Germany as €29 Billion Bremen Landesbank On The Verge Of Failure) when none other than David Folkerts-Landau, the chief economist of Deutsche Bank, has called for a multi-billion dollar bailout for European banks.

Speaking to Germany's Welt am Sonntag, the economist said European institutions should get fresh capital for a recapitalization following a similar bailout in the US. What he didn't say is that the US bailout took place nearly a decade ago, in the meantime Europe's financial sector was supposed to be fixed courtesy of "prudent" fiscal and monetary policy. It wasn't. 

As Landau says the US helped its banks with $475 billion dollars, and such a program is now needed in Europe, especially for Italian banks. In other words, just because the US did it, now it's Europe's turn to ask for more of the same.