US Banks Lived, European Banks Died and Stayed Dead

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This is a tale of two Central Banks: The US Fed and the European Central Banks. And their respective commercial banks.

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First, The Federal Reserve. US commercial banks recovered from the global financial crisis, although not completely.

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But for the ECB, such is not the case for European banks.

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Indeed, this a tale of two Central Banks.

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