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European Economics > European Economics Update — Austria’s recovery still faces obstaclesChina Economics > China Data Response — Lending, credit (Mar.) & FX reserves (Q1)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — No need to stress about the banksEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Focus — Is it time to sound the all-clear on the UAE’s banks?US Economics > US Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Feb 14.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Greek bail-out has bigger problems than current disputeEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ukraine’s banks still the economy’s weakest linkEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Does Portugal need more help?European Economics > European Economics Focus — Banking union: a step rather than a leap forward
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Uneven recovery in lending conditionsUS Economics > US Economics Update — Mortgage demand plummetsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Third bail-out will not solve all of Greece's problemsThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Jan.)China Economics > China Watch — What damage would a trust default do?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Senior Loan Officer Survey (Q4)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Assessing the threat from Turkish corporate FX debtEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Dutch banks still a weight on the recoveryChina Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground – Q4 2013European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Banking Union progress offers little near-term relief
European Economics > European Economics Update — Slovenian stress tests boost efforts to avoid bail-outUK Commercial Property > UK Commercial Property Data Response — Lending to commercial property (Oct.13)European Economics > European Economics Update — A second bail-out still looms for PortugalEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — EM bank funding carrying more risksEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — ECB likely to soften stance but refrain from actionUS Economics > US Economics Update — Rising borrowing costs hit demand for loansEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Risks too great for Cyprus to fully relax capital controlsThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Oct.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone still on track for a grinding recoveryEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Can the euro-zone enjoy a "creditless recovery"?
European Economics > European Economics Update — What will happen after next year's bank stress tests?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Ukraine’s banks still vulnerable, but new crisis now less likelyEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Slovenia can still save itself from a bail-outEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — More LTROs could have a downsideEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Credit slowdown set to weigh on Thailand’s growthJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Cross-border lending exposes Japanese banks to new risksEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Watch — Have Emerging Europe’s banks turned the corner?UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug 13.)China Economics > China Chart Book — NPLs continue to pick up
UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Edinburgh jobs: fund management helping but life sector looks exposedEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Mounting strains on the ESMEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — What to expect from the ECB’s Asset Quality ReviewLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — CEDIN won’t solve Argentina’s balance of payments issuesEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Banking union: progress of sortsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Credit conditions still tightChina Economics > China Watch — A brief primer on China's interbank marketEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (May 13)European Economics > European Economics Focus — Can Slovenia avoid a bail-out?China Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground - Q2 2013
Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Nigeria: banking sector making progress but challenges remainUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Is the UK turning Japanese?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Bahrain's political upheaval to continue to drag on growthUS Economics > US Economics Update — US lending furtherEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Parent bank deleveraging easingEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Turkish banks more exposed to external shock than in 2008US Economics > US Economics Update — Banks still loosening lending standardsUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Selling the banks would be no quick fixMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Mounting risks for Egypt's banks
UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Limited reforms to FLS don't transform the lending outlookJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Belgium: not necessarily the core's weakest link?European Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus: The bail-out thickensUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — US depositors unlikely to suffer same fate as CypriotsChina Economics > China Economics Update — China moves to manage shadow banking risksEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Don't underestimate Ukraine's exposure to CyprusEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Cyprus crisis could exacerbate slowdown in RussiaEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Who will be the next Cyprus?Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Too soon to forget about Cyprus
European Economics > European Economics Update — Capital controls: vital stopgap or dangerous precedent?European Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus: Disaster averted, but with lasting effectsLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Limits to credit-driven growth come into focusEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — What next for Cyprus?China Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground – Q1 2013Global Markets > Global Markets Update — Will there be more contagion from the crisis in Cyprus?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — What does the Cypriot bail-out deal mean for Russia?European Economics > European Economics Update — Is Cyprus really a special case?This article appears in multiple services — Funding for Lending Scheme not boosting lending yetUS Economics > US Economics Update — US banks well placed to boost lending further
European Economics > European Economics Update — TARGET2 still points to big problemsUS Economics > US Economics Update — Banks see rebound in demand for business loansChina Economics > China Watch — Why are China's banks stockpiling foreign exchange?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Euro-zone risks ease but banks remain fragileEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — LTRO repayments to give mixed signalsUK Economics > UK Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Dec. 12)European Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov. 12)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Nov.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Slow progress towards banking unionEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Negative bank rates won't depress the Swiss franc for long
This article appears in multiple services — How will Basel III affect the demand for gold?European Economics > European Economics Update — Could Cyprus be the first domino to fall?China Economics > China Economics Update — Slow loan growth no concern given signs of economic recoveryLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Bank failures reflect previous financial excessesAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Update — Is the pace of Nigerian credit growth a cause for concern?US Economics > US Economics Update — Banks more willing to lend, but demand falteringEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — French outlook darkens as consumers cut backCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Canada not immune to potential sub-prime problemsEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep. 12)European Economics > European Economics Update — Banks still reducing their exposures to the periphery
US Economics > US Economics Update — US banks cut their exposure to German banksChina Economics > China Data Response — Lending and total social financing (Sep.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Parent bank deleveraging rumbles onUS Economics > US Economics Focus — Bank deleveraging behind the slump in financial flowsThis article appears in multiple services — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Sep.12)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Tankan consistent with GDP contractionJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Monetary Indicators Monitor (Aug.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — Three scenarios for Vietnam's crisis-hit economyEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — The hidden risk of rising Turkish bank debtEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Will the ECB provide a "third bail-out" for Greece?
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Scandal highlights problems with Vietnam's banking sectorUS Economics > US Economics Update — US Banks continue to strengthen balance sheetsGlobal Economics > Global Economics Focus — What more can central banks do?This article appears in multiple services — Further rate cut looks likelyGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — Euro-zone drags down global recoveryUS Economics > US Economics Update — Fed could launch its own "funding for lending" schemeJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — How would a euro-zone break-up affect Japan?China Economics > China Economics Update — Lending set to fuel investment-led rebound in short-termLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazil’s looming credit crunchEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Euro-zone Monetary Indicators Monitor (May)
Latin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Weaker Chinese demand starting to weigh on exportsThis article appears in multiple services — Would leaving the EU damage the UK economy?This article appears in multiple services — Policymakers step up a gearEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Banking union is only part of the answerEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Spain will need more helpEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — What might a bail-out for Spain look like?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Spanish banking links revisitedEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Will falling bank deposits force Greece out?China Economics > China Economics Update — Required reserve ratio cut not enough to trigger reboundEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Bank bond purchases could deepen the crisis
Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Euro-zone crisis still the big risk for region’s banksLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — Credit growth still uncomfortably strongEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Are Australian banks vulnerable to a global financial crisis?This article appears in multiple services — UK banks still heavily exposed to the euro-zoneEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Rates cut in Vietnam to help struggling banking sectorUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — Banking sector getting strongerEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Growth plans are too long termJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Uncertain outlook overshadows improving outputLatin America Economics > Latin America Focus — Mexican banks can weather the euro-zone stormUS Economics > US Economics Weekly — What to watch in 2012
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Banks unlikely to ride to their governments’ rescueEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — NPLs are likely to rise sharply in VietnamEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia: banking squeeze intensifies amidst political unrestLatin America Economics > Latin America Update — How would a crisis in Europe hit Latin American banks?Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Brazilian banks tighten the screwEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Western support for CEE banks starts to waneThis article appears in multiple services — Little cause for cheer on Northern Rock saleMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — UAE banks better placed to weather a fresh global crisisMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Raising deposit rates is not enough to support the Egyptian poundEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Banking sector risks revisited