EBA Releases Details Of €106 Billion Bank Capital Shortfall

Tyler Durden's picture

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jfichthorn's picture

Seems hard to believe 106 Bln Eur is the funding gap when Dexia alone needs 100...

Bunga Bunga's picture

dial 9% CT1 and 60% greeek haircut:

http://graphics.thomsonreuters.com/11/07/BV_STRSTST0711_VF.html

It's closer to 240 Billion Euro.

The4thStooge's picture

Yeah but plenty of algos will fall for it.

jcaz's picture

France is trying to claim only $8.8B???

What- PER BANK???

Please...

machineh's picture

Maybe the units are supposed to be 'ounces of gold,' not euros or dollars.

Buck Johnson's picture

If that was the case, they wouldn't be so gungho in trying to bailout Greece.

bankonzhongguo's picture

Ah ha!

Give'em the "bank capital" first, then ask for the bailouts.

Let the banks close their doors.

We will be that much more better off.

 

YesWeKahn's picture

This does look like a good news just like the first two stress tests. In the end, the stress tests are designed to boost investor confidence. I am an invesitor, I really feel confident buying french banks.

Bansters-in-my- feces's picture

"Mister can ya spare a dime" comes to mind.

HedgeAccordingly's picture

How many short squeezes can you fit into 11 days? about 6 http://hedge.ly/rRXRxs

glepo's picture

Usually hiding of losses by UK/French/German banks

 

Irish66's picture

This little chart kicked the can till December

pauhana's picture

How much longer will the bond market (the only sane judges of what is really going on) put up with the charade that is stock market?  I keep waiting for the spreads on Euro debt to totally blow out but they don't. Why?  It can't be this endless Greek drama. 

Iam Rich's picture

Funny how E$140B shortfall would have been viewed with SHOCK even a year ago.  Now it would be a relief that that is all that's needed.

chump666's picture

EU is finished.

disabledvet's picture

still seems like someone is out a trillion "over there." "the short squeeze in treasuries has been monumental with the yield on the 10 year hitting an extraordinary 1.75%. then they cry uncle and cover their positions allowing yields to approach a more rational 2.25%." it's just a story but it has the ring of truth does it not? who honestly has been anything other than uber-bearish on treasuries? i say "the animal spirits crowd" couldn't help it and has been shorting this space massively only to be suddenly staring trading losses of gargantuan proportions in a space where you really do have pay that back.

Coldfire's picture

Suppose you were a regulator. And suppose you were an idiot. But I repeat myself...

Blegoo's picture

The fourth... THE FOURTH TIME!

(it's a charm... as in The Fourth Reich)

The "Festung Europa" ... coming soon.

Quantum Nucleonics's picture

Stop it Tyler!  Didn't you get the memo.  Europe is fixed, just need the lawyers to hash out the details.  Climb aboard the mo-mo train.  AMZN, NFLX, AAPL, FSLR are on sale.  Pick them up before the train leaves the station!!!

slewie the pi-rat's picture

ok, troops, listen up!

we're going to jump somewhere into the EU; that's all i can tell you, right now

this is called operation: restore confidence in the banking sector.  and, since everything about it is conditional, we shall call it

operation RE-CON-BS-CON

we remain on standby alert and will move out smartly when the fiat flies!

RE-CON-BS-CON!  

any questions, BiCheZ? 

Amish Hacker's picture

"the number of idiots who will fall for this "third time is the charm" farce can be counted on one finger."

You don't have to tell us, Tyler, we can guess which finger.