FRANKFURT, June 1 (Reuters) - The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Tuesday: BANKS The European Central Bank warned on Monday that euro zone banks face up to 195 billion euros ($238.9 billion) in a "second wave" of potential loan losses over the next 18 months due to the financial crisis, and disclosed it had increased purchases of euro zone government bonds. [ID:nLDE64U0OS] Related news [BNK-DE-E] BILFINGER BERGER Advisers to the German ...
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