What Happens When You Make U.K. Banks Safer?
The latest test of the U.K. financial sector's resilience delivers a clean bill of health to seven of the nation's eight biggest banks, with only the ailing Co-Operative Bank deemed deficient. Forcing banks to shrink their balance sheets and hold more capital, however, is somewhat self-defeating if improved health doesn't lead them to boost lending to the real economy.
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