Bundesbank could lose money lent to ECB if eurozone breaks up

12/15/2011 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Germany's Bundesbank has lent $642 billion to the European Central Bank through its interbank payment system known as Target2. At the same time, other European nations -- including Ireland, Greece and France -- have been borrowing from the ECB. The German central bank could lose its money if the eurozone breaks up.

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