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Stress tests find Europe's bank sector would survive fresh crisis
Italy's Monte dei Paschi, the UK's Royal Bank of Scotland, and Ireland's Allied Irish Banks emerged as the biggest losers in the EU's banking stress tests, which largely found that the region's top 51 banks had enough capital to withstand another ...
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LONDON/BRUSSELS The board of brewer SABMiller (SAB.L) will recommend its shareholders approve a sweetened takeover offer by Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI.
Plastic bag floating underwater at Pulau Bunaken, Indonesia. Around 8m tonnes of plastic flows into the world's oceans each year.
Profits at estate agent Foxtons tumbled 42 per cent in the first half of the year, and it said the drop was due to the decision to quit the European Union denting Londoners' appetite for buying and selling homes.
British Airways-owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) said strikes, terrorism and sterling's post-Brexit plunge have combined to hurt profits, prompting the airline company to cut its forecasts and plans to grow capacity.
If you're only being paranoid if they're not out to get you, Britain's savers have plenty to worry about. After years of plummeting savings interest rates, and hot on the heels of a Financial Conduct Authority report warning of 0.00 per cent interest ...

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