By Paola Bongini, Stefano Chiarlone, Giovanni Ferri
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Bongini; S. Chiarlone; G. com. com 250 international capital markets stems from two factors. The first is corporate external deleveraging aimed at reducing exposure to currency risk. The second is the accumulation of net foreign assets by the private sector of emerging economies and, later on, of currency reserves by these countries’ central banks. The combination of both actions turned emerging economies from net capital importers to net capital exporters. 8 billion) recorded by those countries – quantitatively higher in number – which were not directly hit by the crisis.
Com NPL ratio a generalised improvement in non performing/total loans ratios and ROE, with the only exceptions of Romania and North African countries. What is not shown, however, is whether this improvement stems solely from the restructuring of the banking system or whether it is the result of the high levels of liquidity and economic growth of the last few years that have considerably raised demand for credit, which in turn has likely biased downward the ratio of non performing to total loan while boosting ROE.
Com 40 10 Emerging Banking Systems 1250 Europe (excluding Central and Eastern Economies) Emerging and transition economies United States Middle East, CIS (including Russia) and Mongolia Japan 750 Ϫ250 Ϫ750 Ϫ1250 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year Source: World Economic Outlook, October 2007 Database. 4 Current account balances (US$bn) debt – and widespread bank failures, which led to deep bank restructuring programmes, including consolidation and foreign banks’ entry.