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Live Results and Analysis from Across Europe from 11.00 GMT
LONDON, 23 October 2014 – CNBC will air a special live two hour programme this Sunday, for analysis of the European Central Bank's Asset Quality Review of 130 banks across Europe.
This key event is a comprehensive assessment of the balance sheets of Europe's largest banks, before the ECB takes up its banking supervision tasks in November.
CNBC will provide live preview of the results from 11.00am GMT onwards and will cover the live press conference by ECB Vice President Vítor Constâncio at 1130 GMT followed by further interviews and analysis.
The programme will be anchored by Louisa Bojesen from CNBC's studios in in London, with live reports and interviews from Stephane Pedrazzi from the Banque de France in Paris and Annette Weisbach in Frankfurt, who will speak with ECB Vice President Vítor Constâncio immediately following the press conference.
The programme will air live across CNBC in EMEA, Asia Pacific and on CNBC World in the United States. There will also be live blogging and articles on CNBC.com.
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