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Coming clean and falling short

11 July 2014 By Neil Unmack, Dominic Elliott

The Portuguese bank says it has a 2.1 bln euro capital cushion to protect it from its troubled parent. The central bank agrees. But details are still murky, and a cloud hangs over its Angolan unit. Until the Espirito Santo network restructures, investors have reason to fret.

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