Investors Fret at Costs if Rescues Are Needed

LONDON — Ever since Lehman Brothers collapsed nearly three years ago, Europe’s leaders have repeatedly vowed to prevent any major European bank from failing.

But as bank shares plummeted this week, the question on investors’ minds was not whether governments would rescue their banks if necessary. It was how much a bailout might cost them.  Read more.

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