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Investors return to European banks

Miles Johnson, the FT’s Investment Editor, discusses recent market interest in European banks based on low valuations and their recent efforts in cleaning up large amount of non-performing loans from their balance sheets

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Investors return to European banks

European banks make a dash for capital

Appetite for bank equity has allowed euro area lenders to tidy up their balance sheets before being subjected to the ECB’s comprehensive assessment

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European banks make a dash for capital

Banks are a proxy for credit bubble fears

As credit markets grow rapidly, concerned regulators are targeting banks, which hold little credit on their balance sheets, to eliminate risk

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Banks are a proxy for credit bubble fears

Banks are a proxy for credit bubble fears

As credit markets grow rapidly, concerned regulators are targeting banks, which hold little credit on their balance sheets, to eliminate risk

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Banks are a proxy for credit bubble fears

Specialist lenders see gap in market

As the big banks shrink their balance sheets, start-up ventures are targeting areas such as wealth management and lending to small businesses

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Specialist lenders see gap in market

Spain sees €50bn of new bank provisions

New economy minister tells FT it is essential lenders clean up their balance sheets without imposing a burden on the treasury

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