European policy makers may force banks to boost Tier 1 capital.
By Liam Vaughan and Aaron Kirchfeld, Bloomberg|October 25, 2011 at 03:26 AM
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Italian, Portuguese and Spanish lenders will bear the brunt of a 100 billion-euro ($139 billion) plan to recapitalize European banks, while their counterparts in the U.K., Germany and France may avoid raising additional funds.
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