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U.K. Documents | 29 November 2017 Stress Tests Give Banks the All-Clear but Profitability Concerns Remain
All seven of Britain's major banks passed the Bank of England's stress test this year, in the first clean sweep since the annual test began in 2014.

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29 November 2017 Stress Tests Give Banks the All-Clear but Profitability Concerns Remain

By Samuel Tombs

All seven of Britain's major banks passed the Bank of England's stress test this year, in the first clean sweep since the annual test began in 2014.

Posted: 28th Nov 2017 in 'U.K. Documents'

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