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The European Banking Authority has found that more than one-third of European banks hold at least 75% of their sovereign debt portfolios concentrated in bonds issued by their home government. In his first hearing before the European Parliament, the new head of the European Central Bank’s single supervisory mechanism Andrea Enria hit out at the accounting practices used to book government bonds held in liquidity portfolios.

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