Irish banks' borrowings from the ECB totaled just €138B at January's end, off from...
Irish banks' borrowings from the ECB totaled just €138B at January's end, off from December's €151B, and the lowest level in nearly 18 months. Analysts believe the decline is due to the lower needs of Dublin-based foreign banks, rather than any improvement in the position of the country's domestic lenders.
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