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Bangalore climbs the rankings while Beijing falls, and Seoul is first in outward investment.
Europe’s banks are increasing their interdependence and shedding complex assets, according to the European Banking Authority.
Interim results show top Chinese banks heading for a lacklustre year.
The Banker's Bank Safety Ranking, which analyses the world's largest 250 banks based on characteristics that help identify their financial stability, shows the Gulf states performing well, while the eurozone periphery remains weak.
In The Banker's ranking of the world’s international financial centres, London continues to lead over close rival New York, but competitors from China and Japan are rising through the ranks.
The latest ranking of EU banks shows balance sheets and capital have shrunk for most on the back of a weakening euro, while Spanish banks managed to increase their profitability and specialised banks emerged with the highest returns.
The half-year results for 2015 confirm the recovery of Ireland's lenders.