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recapitalisations

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of recapitalisation.

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Examples

  • Michael Hewson market analyst at CMC Markets explains:The fluidity of the situation in Europe was aptly illustrated last night in the space of a fraught sixty minutes with stocks rallying sharply on reports that European finance ministers were examining ways of co-ordinating large scale recapitalisations of banks on a local level in an attempt to convince markets that governments would do all they could to safeguard and support the European banking sector.

    Eurozone debt crisis: Markets rally on bank recapitalisation hopes - Live

  • On Tuesday US shares rallied on news that EU finance ministers were examining ways of co-ordinating recapitalisations of financial institutions.

    Eurozone debt crisis: Markets rally on bank recapitalisation hopes - Live

  • On Friday morning, in search of an escape from another news screen full of bailouts and recapitalisations and market sentiments, I had a wander around London's new University of the Arts building, converted out of a vast former grain warehouse on the development land behind King's Cross station.

    Even in straitened times, we must encourage, not stifle, creativity | Tim Adams

  • The commission said the disparity between pay and performance was sharpest at Britain's leading banks, several of which have relied on taxpayer support in recent years either through Bank of England liquidity assistance or in bailout recapitalisations in the case of Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland.

    Boardroom pay packages soar to average of £4.5m in 2010

  • Kasper Kirkegaar, currency strategist at Danske Bank in Copenhagen, told Reuters:At this point, there's just been news of discussions about possible bank recapitalisations, there's no details yet.

    Eurozone debt crisis: Markets rally on bank recapitalisation hopes - Live

  • The markets it seems are not: The UK and Italy struggled to sell bonds on Thursday in a fresh sign of the difficulties governments are facing because of the debt needed for economic stimulus packages and bank recapitalisations.

    Would you buy a bond from Gordon Brown

  • All those rights issues and recapitalisations in the UK have also done wonders for leverage ratios, which have fallen from 30 times in 2008 to 20 times.

    British banks out of kilter

  • The markets it seems are not: The UK and Italy struggled to sell bonds on Thursday in a fresh sign of the difficulties governments are facing because of the debt needed for economic stimulus packages and bank recapitalisations.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • This explains the 'business' focus of the various measures recently announced by the Government, from bank recapitalisations to schemes such as the Working Capital Scheme and the Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme.

    Corporate Loans-And The Impact On Consumers

  • This explains the 'business' focus of the various measures recently announced by the Government, from bank recapitalisations to schemes such as the Working Capital Scheme and the Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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