Assessing EU-10 Banking Sector's Resilience to Credit Losses
The article estimates the likely credit losses in the EU10 countries' banking sector, supposing that economic conditions were to deteriorate further, and that local currencies were depreciated. Factors that may affect the cumulative level of credit losses are discussed. The article concludes that even if the macroeconomic environment were to worsen, credit losses in the EU10 banking sector are likely to be substantial, but remain manageable.
|Date of creation:||01 Jan 2010|
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|Publication status:||Published in Kwartalnik Nauk o Przedsiebiorstwie 2010/1.14(2010): pp. 62-69|
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