National Bank of Denmark winds up emergency lending measures

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Denmark's central bank is winding up emergency measures put in place at the height of the financial crisis to save the country's banking sector from collapse, describing the current state of financial markets as "stable".

The National Bank of Denmark said yesterday that loans with six months' maturity, introduced in 2008, will be terminated from July 1 next year. The loans – offered against a broad range of collateral, including loans to other banks and equities whose value were uncertain at the

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