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You can deal with the symptoms, which is the liquidity problems - and I spoke to Mervyn King last week about that and I know the Governor of the Bank is doing everything he can - but I think there will be a role for creditors, for existing shareholders in recapitalising these banks, but also potentially for the government.
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Instead of lending to those who, now more than ever, need the money to keep production going the banks are 'recapitalising', squirreling every penny away in their vaults.
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He expects that after the ECB's action today a wider agreement will be reached about recapitalising Europe's banks "and sooner than we think."
Chancellor Merkel just told a press conference that European governments "should not hesitate" in recapitalising its banks, if they conclude that they are too weak to survive the crisis.
Markets were cheered when German chancellor Angela Merkel announced she was ready to countenance recapitalising the German banking sector.
Alexander said that, on the basis of the population, in 2009/2010 Scotland's slice of the national debt would have been around £65bn, without counting the cost of recapitalising RBS and HBOS, "which dwarfed the entire Scottish budget".
Van Rompuy reiterated that an earlier agreement on recapitalising Europe's weaker banks would set them a 9% capital ration, which they would have to achieve by the end of June 2012.
The sums were chickenfeed when compared to the billions spent on recapitalising RBS or Lloyds, but are now under review as part of the coalition government's probe into all the money spent by Brown's administration during its last months in office.
But instead of taking action - guaranteeing and recapitalising banks, buying-up distressed mortgages and slashing interest rates to zero - governments all over the world