© Michael Kappeler/dpa The lack of a common eurozone-wide fund to dole out deposits when a bank fails is one of the biggest stumbling blocks to a regional banking union. It impedes not only public trust in the euro, but also — if you ask most bankers in the region — cross-border mergers too. The ...
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