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Royal Bank of Scotland fails stress test: BoE

Zee News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The Royal Bank of Scotland is the worst prepared among Britain's lenders for another financial crisis, the Bank of England said today, forcing the state- rescued lender into a new capital-raising plan.
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Nov.30 -- Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc was forced to bolster its capital plan after failing multiple hurdles in the Bank of England’s toughest-ever stress test, undermining Chief Executive Officer Ross McEwan’s progress at the majority taxpayer-owned lender. Some “capital inadequacies”...

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