Newsround: Thursday's top business stories

The top stories at 5 pm on Thursday including the fight for bank recapitalisation; Ulster Bank, AIB, Ryanair, Aer Lingus and falling share markets in Europe.

20th June, 2013
Michael O'Leary has no intention of relaxing any time soon as he pushes Ryanair towards even more growth.

The top stories on Thursday:

**Ulster Bank** could be sold by RBS, hints Osborne.

**Germany's finance minister** signals opposition to direct bank recapitalisation to be done retrospectively, which Ireland is hoping for.

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