Shipping defaults could wipe out some banks’ equity

THE widely predicted wave of shipping defaults will put pressure on European banks involved with the maritime industry, wiping out their entire equity in some cases, influential figures in the investment banking and shipfinance communities believe.The issue has surfaced in a report...

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