Chile's banks will come under increased stress from their loan portfolios after a massive earthquake rocked the nation in February, according to Moody's Investors Service.

An 8.8-magnitude earthquake — the strongest to hit Chile in 50 years — left estimated damages of $30 billion across the country, which could in turn put portions of its banking industry under pressure.

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