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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 ...
RBS performs poorly in stress tests  
Monte dei Paschi approves privately-backed rescue plan  
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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.
But the week is not yet over. At 10pm tonight, the European Banking Authority will release the results of its annual health check on the state of the Continent's leading lenders.
The expected cut will the be the first change in seven years by the Bank of England. Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty Images. Jill Treanor, Patrick Collinson and Katie Allen.
The confidence index fell to -12 in July, from -1 in June, because of uncertainty about jobs, pay and the economy. Photograph: Jon Super.
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.

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