The balance sheets of Italian banks
Normally the Italian banks publish the balance sheet data by June of the following year. This year, due to Covid-19, this too has changed: banks have lengthened the times and so have most of them balance sheets were released in August. And how are Italian banks doing now? The answer emerges from the analysis Bancasicura di Altroconsumo Finanza, which highlights which lenders are the safest to put our money in. In recent months it is the solidity of Italian banks improved, especially in the intermediate range with 3 and 4 stars. The 4-star banks, which went from 62 to 83, with an increase of 35% compared to the end of December, while the rates remained essentially stable 3 star banks (from 97 to 93) and the 2-star banks decreased from 74 to 56, with a decline of 23%. What about the 1 star banks? They remained substantially stable in number. But the real news is that many banks have changed their opinion: there are those who have lost or gained a star, and in some cases the difference was even two stars (positive or negative).
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