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Expensive deposits leave Iranian banks stuck with toxic assets
Iranian media reports show that many banks and credit institutions are violating a decision made last June by the Money and Credit Council, the highest policymaking body of the Central Bank of Iran, in regard to the interest rate for deposits. The ...

Economic Times

Identified: 12 insolvent accounts responsible for 25% of toxic assets on bank balance sheet
Economic Times
MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Tuesday sought to address potentially about a fourth of the Rs 10 lakh-crore non-performing assets (NPAs) on the books of local lenders, mandating that a dozen such accounts be taken to the bankruptcy courts.
DNA Edit: Battling toxic loansDaily News & Analysis
Arun Jaitley: RBI list of defaulters in final stagesFinancial Express
RBI list to bare loan defaultersCalcutta Telegraph

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Yahoo News UK

Santander stronger after buyout but toxic assets threaten
Yahoo News UK
Santander, the eurozone's largest bank, is expected to come out stronger from its rescue of smaller Spanish rival Banco Popular, though job cuts, "toxic" assets and legal challenges by disgruntled shareholders may make the process bumpy, analysts say.

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Italy may pay $17 billion to save two banks facing bankruptcy
Daily Sabah
Both face bankruptcy and European authorities had urged Italy to devise a rescue framework, selling off their good assets and transferring toxic assets to a "bad bank," essentially financed by Rome. Padoan said about 4.8 billion euros would be set ...

The Local Italy

Rome out to rescue two troubled banks
The Local Italy
Both banks face bankruptcy and European authorities say it is for Rome, not Brussels, to deal with their liquidation, involving selling off their good assets and transferring toxic assets to a "bad bank," essentially financed by Rome. Italy will stage ...
Intesa Sanpaolo board approves deal for Veneto banksFinancial Times

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Europe's Banking Union Is Dying in Italy
The Italian government looks set to put Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza, two troubled regional lenders, into liquidation, selling off the good assets to a rival bank for a symbolic price. The toxic assets would be transferred to a bad bank ...

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It's Time For 'Silicon Valley' to Disrupt Its Toxic Asian Stereotypes ...
The show constantly questions what keeps innovation from happening in the tech world—but it should ask the same of itself.

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Sober Facts For Another Monday In Mad Markets
Seeking Alpha
By April of 2011, however, extremist policy interventions - most notably the suspending of fair value accounting rules (FASB 157) in April 2009 that allowed banks to value toxic assets on their balance sheet as they pleased, coupled with price ...

What You Should Know About The Fed's Planned Balance Sheet Reduction
Banks hesitated to access the Fed discount window and were hesitant to ask the Fed (at the time) to give them liquidity relief by buying their “toxicassets. As you can imagine, the hesitation is the same reason that many banks have a difficult time ...

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Citigroup Stock History: From Boom to Crisis and Back Again
Motley Fool
More recently, Citi managed to wrap up its Citi Holdings subsidiary, into which it had put the poorly performing "toxic" assets from the financial crisis. Having come so close to destruction, Citigroup has seen its stock soar from its March 2009 lows ...

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