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No escape

30 May 2018 By Lisa Jucca

The country’s lenders have boosted their capital since the 2011 crisis, sit on a large pile of deposits and are cutting bad loans. But they still have almost 340 bln euros of Italian government bonds. This means they are vulnerable to any loss of confidence in Italy’s debt.

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