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The 442 billion euro problem

29 June 2010 By Neil Unmack

Banks must this week repay 442 bln euros of cheap money borrowed from the ECB a year ago. The central bank is easing the transition by providing more shortterm funds. The extent to which banks use these more expensive facilities will show how much they really need the money.

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