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The world’s tightest regulated banks

Bank shareholders hoping that profits will rise rapidly in the quarter ahead are likely to be disappointed.

The various constraints placed on banks after they were saved from bankruptcy at the cost of increased social inequality and poverty will limit the financial institutions’ earnings.

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What the ECB stress tests on banks missed

The ECB stress tests and Asset Quality Review (AQR) on European banks have still left some important risks not tested, a rating agency said.

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European banks – what to look out for

The link between European banks and sovereign risk has weakened following regulation to establish the eurozone’s banking union, according to recently published research by rating agency Scope Ratings.

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