``The agreement establishes a single regime to wind-down banks alongside a common fund worth €55 billion paid by the banks themselves to cover the costs of resolution. It represents the last big piece of the banking union blueprint drawn up by EU leaders in summer 2012 to break the link between indebted banks and governments. The rules will apply to all banks in the eurozone, as well as to those in countries which sign up to them.... Lawmakers have also agreed common rules to guarantee the first €100,000 of individuals' savings...'' -- but above 100k EUR, bail-in?

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