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Things worth reading: 10th July 2009

Things we're reading today include …

Banks to be 'named and shamed' over complaints (Times)

Bank of England considers pumping billions more into economy (Guardian)
City is caught by surprise as Bank stops 'printing money' (Independent)

EU attack on City of London is 'opportunistic' (Telegraph)
EU to tighten bank lending to offset risks (Euractiv)

Citigroup shuffles executives, CFO moves (Times)
Judge calls on US to clarify position on UBS (Financial Times)
Credit delinquencies hit record high (CNN Money)
US bank capital changes opposed (Financial Times)

Micropayments a big issue in media world (Telegraph)



Quote of the Day:
If Europe undermines the competitive advantage of London "in the way that is proposed, then you simply hand that advantage not to Frankfurt or Paris or to any other European capital but to other cities around the world – to New York or Shanghai or wherever it happens to be."
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London in the Guardian



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