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Losses of �58bn since the 2008 bailout – how did RBS get here?
Since the taxpayer-funded bailout of 2008, the Edinburgh bank has only racked up more losses. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA. Royal Bank of Scotland.
Why is RBS still losing money?  
CLOSE: FTSE 100 slips further into the red; RBS losses triple to �7bn; BA ...  
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Volkswagen bounced back into the black in 2016 after suffering a loss the previous year because of a diesel-emissions scandal, according to figures released by the German automaker Friday.
A key member of Germany's central bank has warned UK-based lenders not to dream up clever tactics to get round restrictions to EU access after Brexit.
The boss of Peugeot has given assurances that Britain's Vauxhall plants will see out their existing production runs, but also raised the issue of Brexit uncertainty, according to the UK's biggest union.
Two men say Tesco staff prevented them from buying homeless and vulnerable people �200 worth of food. Stephen Peter Chamberlain and Michael Taub were on Wednesday in a store in Brent Cross, London with a trolley-full of tinned produce, which they ...
International Airlines Group on Friday reported a 9 per cent rise in operating profit for 2016 and announced its first ever share buyback, worth €500m, as the company disclosed a €460m hit to earnings mainly stemming from sterling's weakness after Brexit.

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