Et un article de Bloomberg à ce sujet :
|‘Lack of Trust’ Pummels Bank Lending in Europe: Credit Markets|
|Bloomberg, Pierre Paulden and Shannon D. Harrington, 17/05/2010 (traduire en Français )|
Money markets are showing rising levels of mistrust between Europe’s banks on concern an almost $1 trillion bailout package won’t prevent a sovereign debt default that might trigger a breakup of the euro.
The rate banks say they charge each other for three-month loans in dollars rose to a nine-month high, even after a government-led rescue designed to prevent Greece from defaulting, and a new financial crisis. The euro fell to its weakest against the dollar since 2006.
Sauf que l'Euribor est plat... Et que c'est le Libor qui s'excite...