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March 06, 2014

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Hoerr Burley

There is really a tectonic shift in Europe's banking system. I've read what happened to Greece, their banking system had collapsed because of their huge debts and until now, it is still a huge mess. Europe's deeply flawed banking union created fear and stress to its members, depositors and bussinessmen, despite its aim in restoring the trust and confidence in the Euro areas banks and ensuring the common currency survival.

shahid

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Banking union was initiated to resolve a pressing problem. The euro area crisis highlighted the damaging vicious cycle of either weak government balance sheets, which
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