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1 December. 2016 Banks are in Better Health, But Debt Levels Still Pose Risks

By Samuel Tombs

The Bank of England's stress tests highlighted that banks have made further progress in strengthening their balance sheets over the last year. But while banks have retreated from taking risk onto their balance sheets, others have stepped in to fill the void.

Posted: 1st Dec 2016 in 'UK Documents'

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