Danish banks 'robust' says central bank


The National Bank of Denmark on June 6 published its Financial Stability Report 2012. In it, the central bank described the largest banks as "robust" and discussed the declining number of financial institutions in the country.

The report delivered an overview of stress testing that had been carried out on financial institutions in Denmark, which concluded that crucially, the 13 largest banks in the country are considered to be "robust".

Furthermore, the report said that for the four banks that

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