For banks, recession’s end in sight

Five years after the recession took hold in Denmark, banks appear to be on the verge of better times, say finance industry analysts.

Banks’ first-half financial reports for 2013 were better than in previous years, and an improving global economy should boost their performance even further.

Small banks also report they had twice as many new customers in the first half of the year than in the same period in recent years. 

Berlingske Business

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