After the flood

29 October 2009 By John Foley

ICBC and Bank of China have made up for falling interest margins by lending 30% more this year than in the whole of 2008, boosting their Q3 earnings. But lending must slow, and the banks will need to chase fees to keep profits afloat. That may tempt them to take bigger risks.

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