A key interbank rate has jumped 9 per cent, indicating fears about the health of eurozone banks when 1,121 of them must repay €442bn to the ECB on Thursday. The rate at which banks lend to each other in euros, euribor, has only recently started climbing, following dramatic falls since the crisis.
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