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How do you find out which banks have the most dangerous exposure to EU debt? I went into a view of my local bank branches yesterday asking about this issue and every time I was met with looks of "this bloke needs to be sectioned under the mental health act perhaps".

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How do you find out which banks have the most dangerous exposure to EU debt? I went into a view of my local bank branches yesterday asking about this issue and every time I was met with looks of "this bloke needs to be sectioned under the mental health act perhaps".

perhaps this will help ??

http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article28905.html

Banking Groups (separate Licences) Probability Deposits over £85k are Safe

National Savings & Investments 99%

Tesco Bank 80%

HSBC 75%

Co-op 75%

Standard Chartered 65%

Santander Group 50%

Barclays 35%

ING Direct 25%

Nationwide BS 20%

CitiGroup 20%

Lloyds TSB 10%

HBOS 10%

Nat West 5%

RBS 5%

Allied Irish 1%

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Christ, for once RBS isn't right in the middle of another panic. Are there any other data out there that includes exposure to French banks?

Good link though, thanks.

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How do you find out which banks have the most dangerous exposure to EU debt? I went into a view of my local bank branches yesterday asking about this issue and every time I was met with looks of "this bloke needs to be sectioned under the mental health act perhaps".

What difference does it make? The depositors of a bank that goes under would be compensated by the national bank insurance scheme.

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