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2015-03-16

The Austrian Black Swan Claims Its First Foreign Casualty: German Duesselhyp Collapses, To Be Bailed Out

Precisely one week ago in 

"A Black Swan Lands In Southern Austria: The Ripple Effects Of "Mini-Greece Going Off In The Heartland Of Europe", 

when analyzing the consequences of the collapse of Austria's bad bank, 

we noted perhaps the biggest paradox of Europe's emergency preparedness response to the Greek collapse and imminent expulsion from the Eurozone: 

namely that the biggest threat to German banks was no longer in some Mediterranean nation, but in its very own back yard.

Tyler Durden on 03/15/2015  


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-15/austrian-black-swan-claims-its-first-foreign-casualty-german-duesselhyp-collapses-be


It’s not quite Creditanstalt,
the Austrian banking collapse that marked the beginning of the Great Depression, but...
 

http://www.internetional.se/doom071126.htm#worldbank

1 kommentar:

ProfessorPelotard sa...

Nej, men det riktigt otäcka är hur DüssHypoAG:s fallissemang visar hur dålig ECB:s stresstester har varit. Enligt uppgifter bl a i ZeroHedge hade DHyAG investerat ca 350 miljoner euro i den österrikiska banken. Det blir en kraftig avskrivning på lånet men inte en total förlust. Trots det tvingas en bank som enligt sina egna siffror har tillgångar på ca 10.5 miljarder euro i bankrutt. Något som inte stämmer, eller hur?