EBA dashboard shows capital on the rise but NPLs remain a worry

Deutsche Bank
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The quality of European banks' loan portfolios remains a concern for the European Banking Authority (EBA) despite showing some signs of improvement in the second quarter, according to the latest risk dashboard published by the regulator.

The EBA's risk dashboard is part of the authority's regular risk assessment summarising the main vulnerabilities in the European Union's banking sector.
Its second-quarter report looked at 198 banks and found a 10 basis-point decrease in the ratio of non

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