Slovenia is still desperately trying to avoid resorting to an EU bail-out as the state props up troubled banks. It leading banks are currently undergoing EU-supervised stress tests which will reveal just how bad the situation is.
In a Brexit-related move, officials have decided where to relocate the European Medicines Agency, the EU's drug agency. The decision, plus the relocation of the EBA banking agency, will affect many UK-based employees.
The results of a new round of "stress tests" of Europe's biggest banks will be released Friday by the European Banking Authority. We examine the point of the exercise and take a look at the most vulnerable lenders.
Britain's seven biggest lenders have passed central bank stress tests designed to see if they withstand deterioration in global economic conditions and avoid having to be bailed out by taxpayers again.
Stress tests of Europe's biggest banks showed most are healthy. A few appeared wobbly: Italy's Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Allied Irish Banks, Scotland's RBS, Austria's Raiffeisen and Spain's Banco Popular.
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