Does the Bundesbank need to be recapitalized?


  • The Bundesbank, whose Spanish equivalent is the Bank of Spain, is seen as at risk of losses after years of “aggressive” buying of debt bonds.


  • It is alerted to the scenario that it needs to be recapitalized with money from the Government of Chancellor Scholz. But experts point out that the situation is “normal” and a consequence of interest rate rises.

He bundesbank it has its Spanish equivalent in the Bank of Spain. Both, in recent years, They have bought billions of euros worth of debt bonds as a result of the monetary policy of the European Central Bank (ECB).

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