Depositors and investors became more willing during the financial crisis to pull money out of banks in troubled eurozone countries due to fears the governments might default on their debts and cause a worse crisis, or that the country might leave the eurozone altogether. A reversal of those flows shows increasing confidence.
Lending Still Weak In Slack Eurozone Economy
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