29 October 2001
The BIS is today releasing international consolidated banking statistics for the end of June 2001.1 These data indicate that banks maintained their international corporate credit exposures during the second quarter of 2001 despite the worsening global economic outlook. Nevertheless, there were some signs of increased risk aversion: for example, t
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