EBF Says Stress Tests Show Robust Banking Sector

Oct. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Wim Mijs, chief executive officer of the European Banking Federation, says "the adverse scenario led to one of the most severe stress tests ever done," and shows that the banking sector is "robust." He speaks to Mark Barton on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" after 25 European lenders failed stress tests led by the European Central Bank, which found the biggest capital hole in the region’s banking system lurking in Italy. (Source: Bloomberg)

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