242517_12784604A large majority of eurozone banks were given a clean bill of health Sunday by the European Central Bank, fuelling hopes that a major cause of economic uncertainty could soon be eliminated, analysts said. In the most in-depth and stringent audit of eurozone banks ever undertaken — aimed at preventing a repeat of the crisis that nearly led to the euro’s collapse — the ECB found that 25 out of a total 130 banks had a combined capital shortfall of 25 billion euros ($31 billion) at the end of 2013. However, of those, 12 banks have already since made up 15 billion euros of the shortfall, leaving 13 banks with a hole in their combined balance sheets of around 10 billion euros. More