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June 22, 2012 08:15 ET

Research on Lloyds Banking Group plc and Itau Unibanco Holding SA - Foreign Money Center Banks Mixed

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Foreign money center banks seem to be a mixed bag at present, though all seem to be feeling the effects for the macroeconomic turbulence which has been leading to volatility all over the world this year.

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British banks, such as Lloyds Banking Group plc, recently received some positive news as the UK government announced plans to activate an emergency liquidity facility in order to provide six-month loans, as well as offering banks' loans below market interest rates. The measures are intended to spur lending and spending in Britain, in an effort to counter the impact of the euro zone turmoil. Investors and shareholders of Lloyds Banking Group plc can simply register for our complimentary reports by clicking on the link below.

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While emerging markets were something of a beacon of strength over the recession years, a number of them are now experiencing a slowdown of growth. Following half a decade of strong loan growth in Brazil, the country now appears to be facing subprime lending issues, which could affect banks such as Itau Unibanco Holding SA. According to the country's Central Bank in April, defaults on car loans reached new highs of 5.9 percent. Total consumer credit default is 7.6 percent. Register now to have free access to our report on Itaú Unibanco Holding SA, and to do so please click the link below.

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