European Union banks are much better placed to cope with serious economic shock, according to stress tests released on Friday night.
So surely newly-reassured investors should be piling back into these lenders, many of which have share prices currently trading at close to half of where they began the year, and even getting close to 2011 territory.
Let's not forget, in 2011, Ireland, Greece, and Portugal were in the early stages of a bailout and Greece seemed dangerously close to leaving the euro zone.
Moody's, the ratings agency, wrote reassuringly that the "majority of European Union banks have robust capital levels" to deal with nasty surprises.
Yet merely "a small positive market impact" was expected Monday morning, analysts at Danske Bank wrote in a research note.