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Non-performing loans coverage ratio in Europe Q4 2018, by country

Coverage ratio of non-performing loans and advances (NPL) in Europe As of the 4th quarter 2018, by country

Non-performing loans coverage ratio in Europe Q4 2018, by country This statistic presents the coverage ratio of non-performing loans (NLP) in Europe as of the fourth quarter 2018, by country. The coverage ratio of non-performing loans of banks in European countries measures the ability for a countries banks to cover potential losses from non-performing loans. As of the fourth quarter 2018, Hungary had a coverage ratio of 67.6 percent. Overall, 12 countries in Europe had a coverage ratio of over 50 percent.
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Coverage ratio of non-performing loans and advances (NPL) in Europe As of the 4th quarter 2018, by country

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This statistic presents the coverage ratio of non-performing loans (NLP) in Europe as of the fourth quarter 2018, by country. The coverage ratio of non-performing loans of banks in European countries measures the ability for a countries banks to cover potential losses from non-performing loans. As of the fourth quarter 2018, Hungary had a coverage ratio of 67.6 percent. Overall, 12 countries in Europe had a coverage ratio of over 50 percent.
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