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Lost in translation

8 June 2017 By Neil Unmack

Italy’s big banks may pump 1.2 bln euros into small lenders to help enable a government rescue. The banks see a bailout as the least bad option. Yet after the failure and resolution of Spain’s Banco Popular, it’s a backward step that punishes good banks for the sins of others.

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