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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recapitalize.

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Examples

  • The program would entail recapitalizing the banks with sums large enough to provide a buffer against a write-down of Greek, Irish and Portuguese debt, to levels consistent with the debt ratios that the International Monetary Fund deems sustainable.

    It's Time for a European TARP

  • Tyler Cowen endorses the idea of recapitalizing banks using government-issued "net worth certificates."

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  • "The market has taken positively the idea of recapitalizing Europe's banks and stocks have rebounded for the past week, but taking concrete action isn't going to be easy," said Kazuyuki Terao, the Tokyo-based chief investment officer of RCM Japan Ltd.

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  • The markets aren't going to like the idea of recapitalizing the banks through the backdoor.

    CounterPunch

  • Tyler Cowen endorses the idea of recapitalizing banks using government-issued "net worth certificates."

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  • Also, the IMF -- drawing lessons from Japan's experiences following the collapse of its 1980s asset price bubbles -- said that in economies undergoing -- or likely to encounter -- acute financial stress, measures such as recapitalizing banks and restructuring debts of distressed borrowers may be needed.

    Asia to Grow 1.3% in 2009, IMF Says

  • Worse, RBC Capital Markets estimates cash calls such as recapitalizing the banking sector and financing a large budget deficit could reduce the usable amount of reserves to about half that -- potentially threatening Russia's investment-grade sovereign-credit rating.

    Overheard

  • I told the Tea-Partier George Bush was a socialist and his urging of "recapitalizing" was a clever Socialist ruse.

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  • Because if lending to qualified parties has truly frozen, then even if the specific implementation of the Paulson Plan was deeply flawed, its broad approach -- "recapitalizing" banks in various ways, buying up some of their crappy paper and guaranteeing some of their transactions -- is fundamentally sound.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • The summons meant the euro-zone finance ministers among the G7 group in Washington had to fast-forward their return trips to make the meeting, where the countries are expected to consider following the British lead in "recapitalizing" debt-ridden banks by taking equity stakes in them.

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