Dread October

18 August 2011 By George Hay

Post-crisis reforms and central bank backstops mean Europe’s lenders are less vulnerable to a short-term funding freeze. But if markets do not reopen in the autumn, or if wholesale borrowing costs remain high, the economic fallout for the euro zone could be nasty

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