With observers having a particularly keen eye on banks in Italy due to their two-year struggle and ongoing uncertainty after the country's draft budget for 2019 was rejected by the European Commission, both the European Banking Authority (EBA) in London and the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt have assessed how 48 lenders from 14 countries around the EU and Norway are performing.
Banks were put under the microscope from January to October 2019, 37 of which are directly overseen by the E...


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