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After market turmoil, EU revamps rules for bailing out mid-size banks
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First Citizens Bank to buy collapsed Silicon Valley Bank
All of SVB's deposits and loans will be taken over by its rival First Citizens Bank, US regulators said late on Sunday.
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ECB ready to preserve 'as necessary' the eurozone's stability: Lagarde
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UBS to acquire troubled rival Credit Suisse in Swiss government deal
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Credit Suisse to borrow €51 billion from Swiss central bank
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