Draghi told lawmakers on Tuesday that the banks had to use "every opportunity" to raise their capital ratios, including taking advantage of Rome's offer to buy up to €12 billion-worth ($15.6 billion) of their bonds. Banco Popolare is, as yet, the only lender to use the scheme, which was devised at the end of February.
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