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EU bank stress tests: vulnerability of Barclays and RBS under scrutiny
RBS took the biggest knock in the EU-wide financial stress tests. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images. Jill Treanor. Saturday 30 July 2016 06.32 EDT Last modified on Saturday 30 July 2016 06.58 EDT.
Stress tests do little to restore faith in European banks  
RBS ranked third worst in European banking stress tests  
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