EU plan to stress-test banks eases interbank lending fears

EU government leaders agreed to stress-test banks to allay concerns that the financial system is troubled. Shareholders welcomed a decision to disclose stress-test results, while two-year dollar swap spreads dropped and LIBOR held steady. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who said "maximum transparency" is key, said governments have "taken precautions" in case the tests reveal problems.

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