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recapitalisation

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of recapitalization.

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Examples

  • Both have disadvantages: government recapitalisation is a bail-out of creditors and involves temporary state administration; debt-for-equity swaps would damage bond markets, insurance companies and pension funds.

    Matthew Yglesias » Martin Wolf: Nationalize, Nationalize, Nationalize

  • Both have disadvantages: government recapitalisation is a bail-out of creditors and involves temporary state administration;

    Matthew Yglesias » Martin Wolf: Nationalize, Nationalize, Nationalize

  • The further recapitalisation, which is in the form of a promissory note, represents almost a third of the €775 million the Government pledged to the

    RTÉ News

  • Nationalisation is preferable to repeated recapitalisation, which is excessively costly for the taxpayer yet leaves the government with no real say over how those banks are run.

    RINF Alternative News Media: Daily Breaking News

  • But the wider market was pushed lower when Darling's speech to the House of Commons failed to meet the expectations in the City that were fuelled by weekend reports of a so-called recapitalisation plan, which would have seen taxpayers 'money pumped into high street banks.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • But the wider market was pushed lower when Darling's speech to the House of Commons failed to meet the expectations in the City that were fuelled by weekend reports of a so-called recapitalisation plan, which would have seen taxpayers 'money pumped into high street banks.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • AIB or even Anglo demands another €4bn in "recapitalisation" the Government would borrow it.

    Irish Blogs

  • As governments around the world scramble to prevent the collapse of the global financial system, Alistair Darling will unveil plans for a £40 billion "recapitalisation" of the banking sector.

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  • As governments around the world scramble to prevent the collapse of the global financial system, Alistair Darling will unveil plans for a £40 billion "recapitalisation" of the banking sector.

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  • "Nationalisation is preferable to repeated recapitalisation, which is excessively costly for the taxpayer yet leaves the government with no real say over how those banks are run.

    RINF Alternative News Media: Daily Breaking News

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